Israeli startup unveils world’s first 3D-printed vegan ribeye steak

Aleph Farms, an Israeli startup, has successfully printed a 3D vegan ribeye steak — the very first in the world. The steak is made of lab-cultivated animal cells, a cruelty-free process.
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As printing technology advances, the list of possible 3D-printed creations keeps growing. Aleph Farms, an Israeli food technology startup, has successfully created a vegan ribeye steak using a 3D printer, Nerdist reported.


The 3D “ink” is composed of lab-cultivated animal cells, created in an entirely cruelty-free process. Scientists clone living animal cells to develop four primary cells to construct the “meat” of the steak: fat, blood, muscle tissue, and support cells.


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