Rehovot-based startup Plantish is developing a proprietary additive manufacturing technology to 3D-print a lookalike, taste-alike salmon filet analog at low cost and high scale. This fillet is designed to contain the same protein, B vitamins, and omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids as real salmon but without toxins (or bones!).
— Introduction from Israel21c.org
Quote: “[This] comes at a time when concerns about overfishing, antibiotics, hormones, mercury, and microplastics are driving a worldwide wave of interest in plant-based and cultured alternatives to conventional fish. It’s the wave of the future: seafood made of plant sources or cultivated from fish cells in answer to toxins, overfishing, and habitat destruction.”
— Quotation from Israel21c.org
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