Israel’s SavorEat launches new 3D printed plant-based pork products


Michael Petch, 3D Printing Industry

August 01st 2022


SavorEat, an Israel-based 3D printed meat alternative producer, has launched its latest offering – kosher gluten-free, vegan, allergen-free pork patties.


The new products include vegan turkey hamburgers and expand the range of SavorEat’s vegan “beef burgers” coming soon to the USA. 


SavorEat CEO and co-founder Racheli Vizman said the new products were created exclusively for the US market. In a recent interview, Vizman stated, “The new products were developed to adapt to SavorEat’s primary market – the US. The many tests we conducted show that these two products are trendy among American target audiences. Therefore, we also developed them in preparation for the first commercial activity expect to begin in the US by the end of this year as part of our collaboration with Sodexo.”


The collaboration will result in SavorEat products being introduced at US universities and colleges.


The name of Vizman’s fellow co-founder, Prof. Oded Shoseyov, will be familiar to regular readers. Shoseyov is the founder and CTO Director at CollPlant. CollPlant has worked with United Therapeutics to 3D bioprint rhCollagen for lung transplants a partnership that was later extended to produce kidneys, and more recently has entered into agreements with 3D Systems and CELLINK.


Speaking about the collaboration with Sodexo in August 2021, Vizman said, “Sodexo’s choice, as a market leader, to partner with us – is a vote of confidence in SavorEat’s solution and in its unique value proposition. I am convinced that Sodexo’s expertise in the international catering market and particularly North America will significantly contribute to the development and acceleration of the penetration rate of our products in the international market, with an emphasis on the US market.”


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