As of this year, plant-based burgers can be found at most major fast food chains and Israel's SavorEat helps restaurants differentiate themselves with proprietary ingredients and meatless burger recipes, plus 3D-printing technology from a smart robot. SavorEat relies on a Robot Chef that uses an automatic cooking process and cartridges with plant-based ingredients to introduce “a new generation of meat-replacing products."
While the meatless alternatives are created to look, taste and behave like meat, the products can also be prepared to suit a consumer's preferences. As CEO Racheli Vizman says, "SavorEat’s solution allows for the ability to personalize each dish to fit consumers’ specific diets, lifestyles, or medical conditions."
Recently, the innovative Israeli firm became the first food tech company to hold an IPO of shares on the Tel Aviv Stock Exchange.
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SavorEat Makes Plant-Based Burgers with a Robot Chef & 3D Printing
1. Plant-based Alternatives - Opportunity for developing innovative plant-based ingredients and recipes for meatless products.
2. Robot-chef - Disruptive innovation opportunity in the use of automated cooking processes and machines to create new food products.
3. 3D Printing in Food - Potential for advancements in 3D-printing technology to create customizable and personalized food products.
1. Food Tech - Opportunity for food tech companies to develop and create innovative plant-based food products.
2. Fast Food - Fast food chains can differentiate themselves by offering personalized plant-based meat alternatives created by robot-chefs.
3. 3D Printing - There is a potential market for 3D-printing companies to create and sell customized food-printing technology for the culinary industry.