Application of cultured meat and artificial food

Application of cultured meat and artificial food

  • Industry:dessert food, fresh meat, pet food, fresh aquatic products
  • Cell culture/microbial fermentation technology
  1. Artificial chocolate - Use plant cell culture technology to produce.

    Separate the callus of the cocoa beans, put the callus and the culture medium into a bioreactor to proliferate. Produce more cocoa cells, which can be converted into cocoa powder after freeze-drying to make chocolate.

  2. Cultivated meat - Use animal muscle cells to grow and cultivate meat.

    Artificial chicken: Use a bioreactor to quickly grow cells into chicken. The entire culture process takes about 14 days.

  3. Artificial meat for pets - Artificial mouse meat

    Obtain (extract) cells from mice, and then provide various nutrients to these cells in a food-grade bioreactor until they grow into meat. Proprietary culture medium (serum-free), can achieve 100% animal-free, non-slaughter-free culture of mouse tissues. The meat itself does not contain antibiotics and pathogens, and there is no risk of becoming an allergen.

  4. Genetic engineering fermentation technology

    Collect chicken blood samples on the farm, extract the DNA to isolate the protein genes that make up the meat, and then use the microbial fermentation technology to inject the protein genes into the ferment tank for growth. After obtaining a certain amount of animal protein, it is then dried to make more nutritious pet food.

  5. Artificial vegetable protein dog food. These foods are derived from Asian strains. The vegetable protein is manufactured through biotechnology and fermentation technology. It is made of 100% vegan non-GMO ingredients, including peas, oatmeal, brown rice, potatoes, etc. Give dogs comprehensive nutrition.
  6. Cell-cultured tuna -imitating the texture and flavor of tuna to develop plant-based tuna

    Cell cultured tuna collects cells from the tuna, puts them in a bioreactor, and gives the cells protein, salt, sugar and other nutrients to make the cells grow and multiply, and then provide a scaffold for assembly into 3D structure. Plant-based tuna does not have the risk of seafood allergy, allowing people with seafood allergies to experience the flavor and taste of seafood, and reduce heavy metal pollution.

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