A scientific approach for developing plant-based whole-cut meat

To develop plant-based whole-cut meat that mimics animal meat, it is essential to understand the organoleptic effects of the structural and chemical properties of meat. Redefine Meat evaluates and quantifies the impact of each parameter on the sensory experience, using the data to develop plant-based materials and components for whole-cut meat. In this talk, the following topics will be discussed: Redefine Meat’s journey toward the perfect animal-free steak, the technology behind the innovation, the discoveries and innovations along the way, and the challenges that still lie ahead.

A presentation by Shlomit Suher, Researcher at Redefine Meat. It is her passion to create New-Meat™ for the world with no compromises, the curiosity to discover new and interesting things, and the courage to be a trailblazer! In addition she sees that the growing demand for meat, as well as the growing population, make meat alternatives imperative.

About Shlomit Suher
Shlomit did her M.Sc in biotechnology in the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, focusing on decreasing the reducing sugars from potato tubers using CRISPR technology, in order to eliminate acrylamide creation during frying. In 2021 Shlomit joined Redefine Meat’s Technology and Innovation department, and became a member of the chemistry team, developing new materials and technologies for whole-cut alternative meat.

About Redefine Meat
We believe that the world deserves a New-Meat™, a plant-based meat, that’s not only good for the environment but is also kind to animals. With its taste, texture, and aroma, Redefine Meat’s New-Meat™ delivers an uncompromising and extraordinary culinary experience.

Shlomit Suher is speaker at the 2022 edition of the Protein Transition Conference, which is part of the Agrifood Innovation Event.

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