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Fresh fish in 3D is about to be released on the market.

The artificial grouper fillet has been technically successful. Photo: Umami Meats.

Fresh 3D-printed fish is about to be introduced to the market. Umami Meats, an Israeli company, has successfully developed 3D-printed fillets of fish (using 3D Bioprinting Solutions) from stem cells, which are then shaped like a fish using bioprinting technology.

According to a Umami Meats representative, the printing process only takes a few minutes, and the finished product can be cooked and eaten immediately. It is expected that by the end of 2023, consumers will be able to enjoy 3D-printed fish fillets with a taste and texture just like natural fish. Currently, approximately one-third of the global fish stocks are being overfished, with some popular species like tuna facing the risk of extinction.

In recent years, many food companies have been researching ways to create 3D-printed meat, including beef, chicken, and various types of seafood. The bioprinting technology is helping KFC develop plant-based meat alternatives that have a similar texture and taste to natural chicken. In 2020, KFC partnered with a Russian bioprinting company to produce artificial chicken nuggets.

3D printing technology is gradually becoming a trend because it is possible to create lifelike products to every detail. Photo: T.L

According to the American Environmental Science and Technology magazine, “Cell-based meat production technology has minimal environmental impact, reducing greenhouse gas emissions by more than half compared to traditional livestock farming methods.”

Israel is one of the countries leading the way in innovative and rapidly developing artificial food technology. 3D printing technology is becoming increasingly popular because it can create products that are almost indistinguishable from their natural counterparts. 3D food printing technology is said to bring countless benefits, particularly as the world faces food shortages due to overfishing and other factor

Source: Nhip cau dau tu

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