The newest product from Israel's Aleph Farms takes the form of a cell-grown steak, which replicates the look, taste and texture of beef cuts—yet the beef steak is grown from cells, which means that no animals are harmed in the creation of the meat product.
The innovative "slaughter-free steak" from the food tech start-up shows off a bright future for cell-cultured meat technology, as well as saves valuable land and resources from needing to be consumed.
One of the biggest challenges in creating the cell-grown steak is said to have been getting various types of cells to interact with one another to build a tissue structure. True to its name, the thin, "cell-grown minute steak" cooks in about a minute, which makes it ideal for casual restaurants and other venues that are centered on quick service.
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