Tag: FoodTech

[Plantish in cybernews] The future of food tech: meat from thin air and fish made from plants

Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime. But what if you could eat tasty salmon without the need to catch a fish? A group of foodie scientists is on a mission to save our oceans, one fish at a time, by creating boneless fish made entirely out of plants. Their first creation is Plantish Salmon™️ which is high in protein, Omega-3, and healthy fats. Read more...

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[ProFuse in FoodNavigator-USA] More meat, more quickly: Could ProFuse Technology’s small molecule cocktail help to transform the economics of cultivated meat?

There is no silver bullet that will singularly transform the economics of cell-cultured/cultivated meat, but technology developed by Israeli startup ProFuse Technology that dramatically speeds up the muscle fiber production process and enhances production capacity – albeit in a laboratory setting – is generating excitement in a nascent industry that must increase yields and cut costs if it is to achieve commercial viability. Read more...

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