Food scientists have cultivated the “world’s first” 3D printed, slaughter-free steak, which is said to offer the same taste and texture as one taken from a cow.

According to i News, the manufacturer, Adelph Farms said it used real cow cells that are incubated to “grow, differentiate, and interact to acquire the texture and qualities” of a real steak.

Adelph Farms, worked with its research partners at the Israel Institute of Technology to create the meat using “three-dimensional bioprinting technology”.

“This breakthrough reflects an artistic expression of the scientific expertise of our team,” said Didier Toubia, Adelph’s co-founder and CEO.



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