SPANISH STARTUP 'CLOSE TO PERFECTING' ITS 3D-PRINTED PLANT-BASED STEAK

Scionti's plant-based steak is printed using a paste of vegan ingredients. They're mainly using a mixture of rice and pea proteins and testing different oils.View on euronews


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