3-D Printed Vegan Salmon Launching Soon
So there is a lot of cool stuff in the title itself, vegan salmon and that too 3-D printed. Yes, hold your breath, and let’s tell you about some really cool stuff happening in the plant based world.
Revo Food: Launch of Vegan Salmon
Revo Food, a company based in the capital of Austria, Vienna is launching the world’s first 3-D printed plant-based salmon. The vegan seafood brand is organising the first tasting event of the 3D-printed vegan smoked salmon in Budapest Bagels in Vienna on 6 March 2021. This vegan alternative to Salmon by the vegan food company is named “Salmon With Attitude,”.
Revo leveraged new technology based on 3D food printing to recreate the texture and appearance of the real smoked salmon. But make no mistake it is a 100% vegan salmon alternative that is completely plant made.
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Revo used ingredients like pea protein, algae extracts, and dietary fibres to make a base high in protein, omega 3, and B12.
Vegan seafood Brand
Revo Food is a company that makes vegan seafood. Their mission is to discourage overfishing leading to the destruction of the oceans. Contemporary seafood is laid with toxic waste materials such as mercury and polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) making it an unhealthy choice. In their FB post, Revo announced,
“The future of seafood has arrived! After countless hours spent on research and development, we are happy to announce that the world’s first 3D-printed plant-based seafood is here. “Our plant-based salmon is made of only 11 ingredients, and we are proud about the fantastic nutritional content (high in protein, high in omega-3). Of course, our salmon contains absolutely no heavy metals, microplastics, antibiotics, or any other waste materials found in industrial aquaculture salmon. At Revo Foods we have a clear vision: Overfishing is the past. Join us for a sustainable future with plant-based seafood!”