Robot developed that 3D prints and grills meat analogues in 6 minutes

Robot developed that 3D prints and grills meat in 6 min

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Ian Proudfoot

Global Head of Agribusiness, Partner - Audit

KPMG in New Zealand


[29 July, Food Navigator]

Israeli start-up SavorEat has developed an automated system that can 3D print and cook plant-based meat alternatives with customisation for foodservice, it is planning to set up a pilot with Burgus Burger Bar within a year. Their meat analogues adopt heterogenous structure to offer personalisation and differentiated sensory experience. The CEO of SavorEat revealed recent investments including a $3m Series A round from Meitav Dash and $1.75m in Seed funding from Millenium FoodTech will help its commercialisation.

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