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SuperMeat Debuts Offering With First-Ever Cultivated Turkey; Ido Savir Details

SuperMeat Debuts Offering With First-Ever Cultivated Turkey; Ido Savir Details


TEL AVIV, ISRAEL
Monday, November 28th, 2022

Thanksgiving might be over, but I bet many of you are still relishing in the joy of the leftovers waiting in the fridge. SuperMeat recently tapped into the love of Thanksgiving leftovers while bringing its latest innovation to light. The foodtech expert announced the introduction of its first-ever cultivated turkey through the Moist Maker sandwich. This strategic launch arrived just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday, combining classic leftover foods like stuffing, cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes, and gravy with cultivated turkey.

Ido Savir, Chief Executive Officer, SuperMeat“We [were] thrilled to introduce a cultivated turkey product as part of our line of high-quality poultry just in time for the Thanksgiving holiday and on the heels of the first United States approvals of cultivated meat,” said Ido Savir, Chief Executive Officer of SuperMeat. “The ultimate pardoning of all turkeys, this is the next step toward commercialization of delicious, sustainable, and animal-friendly meat in the foreseeable future.”

The sandwich is currently being made exclusively at SuperMeat’s production-to-fork facility in Israel right now, but the company has ensured that cultivated meat for U.S. consumers is just around the corner. According to a press release, the release of the Moist Maker marks one of several vital steps that SuperMeat is taking to press forward with the commercialization and development of the first open-source system aimed at identifying the most cost-effective cell feed, reducing production costs for the industry.

SuperMeat recently announced the introduction of its first-ever cultivated turkey through the Moist Maker sandwich

This launch is among the first cultivated turkey and cold-cut products in the space, demonstrating that SuperMeat’s proprietary platform is translatable across meat categories and species, with the ability to facilitate a wide variety of meat products based on the same production process. By achieving this, the company is able to lower product costs and operational complexities for the overall category and industry.

More updates are sure to come from SuperMeat, especially as the innovator has recently joined forces with companies like Ajinomoto, PHW Group, and Migros to further advance its strategies.

Stick with DMN as we bring you more updates on the ever-evolving meat industry.

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