Dutch cultivated meat company Meatable revealed images of its pork sausages for the first time this week. These sausages can be developed in a few weeks and don’t require FBS growth media. The product sizzles in the pan, has the same structure, texture, and flavor as conventional pork sausages, and is expected to be available to consumers in 2025, if not sooner. Meatable is a member of Cellular Agriculture Netherlands that proposed a plan resulting in the world’s largest public investment in cultivated meat.
“This is a truly exciting moment for the entire Meatable team. To be able to see and cook our sausages for the first time was an incredible experience especially as my co-founder Daan and I were able to finally have our first taste. This was particularly exhilarating as we know that all of our hard work over the past four years has been successful in creating a real meat sausage that is indistinguishable from traditional pork sausages. We believe that cultivated meat is the future of food – meat that will satisfy the world’s appetites but without harming the planet or animals in the process. We can’t wait to enable more people to taste Meatable meat on the next step of our journey to create the new natural meat.”
Krijn de Nood, co-founder and CEO of Meatable
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