German start-up Revo Foods is set to revolutionize the fish industry with their latest creation, ‘The Fillet’. Using their own cutting-edge 3D printer extrusion technology, Revo Foods has developed an alternative salmon that combines fat with fiber protein. By layering ingredients in filament form, this innovative approach creates a texture that closely resembles real meat, thanks to the use of mycoprotein. Moreover, ‘The Fillet’ is not only delicious but also packed with essential nutrients including omega-3, nine amino acids, and vital vitamins.
Revo Foods is not stopping at just one product; they are also incorporating their 3D printing technology into existing favorites such as smoked salmon, gravlax, salmon spread, and tuna spread. Robin Simam, the CEO of Revo, boldly states, “We’re not just offering a vegan option, we’re leading the future of food itself.”
Starting from October 1st, customers can purchase ‘The Fillet’ on Revo Foods’ website for around 6.99 euros ($9,900 won). For an in-depth look at the product silhouette and production process, take a peek at the gallery above and the excerpt below.
Revo Foods’ groundbreaking creation is an exciting step towards sustainable food production and is sure to captivate seafood enthusiasts seeking ethical alternatives. With their commitment to pushing culinary boundaries, Revo Foods is making waves in the industry and showing that the future of food is not only plant-based but also high-tech.
German food start-up Revo Foods is launching ‘The Fillet’, an alternative fish produced with a 3D printer.
media <디자인붐>Back , Revo uses its own 3D printer extrusion technology to produce a salmon alternative that adds fat to fiber protein. Replacement salmon is made by layering ingredients in the form of filaments, and the mycoprotein used as an ingredient brings out the texture of real meat. In addition, it contains omega-3, nine amino acids, and essential vitamins.
In this way, Revo produces not only ‘The Fillet’ but also products incorporating existing smoked salmon, gravlax, salmon spread, and tuna spread. Robin Simam, CEO of Revo, said of the product, “We’re not just offering a vegan option, we’re leading the future of food itself.”
‘Y Ffilet’ can be bought on the brand’s website from October 1st for around 9,900 won (6.99 euros). You can check out the product silhouette and production process via the gallery above and the excerpt below.
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