TissenBioFarm Creates Cultured Meat with Realistic Textures

Trend Hunter
5 Apr 2022

'TissenBioFarm' is a South Korean cultivated meat manufacturing company operating under 'Thyssen Biopharmaceuticals.' TissenBioFarm creates cultivated and plant-based meat products with edible bio-ink materials. The company currently has three edible bio-inks, each of which are both edible and scalable. TissenBioFarm uses a proprietary method of cell cultivation to create alternative meat products that have a realistic texture and realistic marbling.

TissenBioFarm has raised $400,000 USD to develop a large-scale manufacturing platform. The company has stated that both its bio-inks and its methodologies are suitable for market-level production. On top of this, TIssenBioFarm's cultivated meat boasts a significantly quicker lead time than existing competitors, meaning it can adequately meet demand. As for the brand's plant-based meat proteins, these are also scalable to mass-production while also being cost-effective.

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Trend Themes

1. Cultivated Meat Manufacturing - The increase in cultivated meat manufacturers highlights the opportunities for companies to invest in alternative protein sources that include a realistic texture and marbling.
2. Edible Bio-ink Materials - The developments in innovative bio-ink materials present a disruption opportunity to the printing and publishing industry, as these ink materials are not only edible but also scalable.
3. Quick Lead Time for Alternative Meat Products - The push for quicker lead times for alternative meat products presents opportunities for food manufacturers to scale their production and meet demand for innovative products.

Industry Implications

1. Food Manufacturing - TissenBioFarm's innovative production of alternative meat products with improved lead times signifies a disruptive opportunity for the food manufacturing industry to invest in alternative protein sources that can meet consumer demand.
2. Biotechnology - The development of TissenBioFarm's proprietary method of cell cultivation presents opportunities for companies in the biotechnology industry to invest in alternative protein sources that can have a realistic texture and marbling.
3. Print and Publishing - The use of bio-inks introduces an opportunity for the print and publishing industry to adapt and invest in innovative printing methods by implementing edible and scalable bio-ink materials.

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Written by Colin Smith


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