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Steakholder Foods' First Ever Multi-Million-Dollar Agreement

Steakholder Foods Signs First Ever Multi-Million-Dollar Agreement with GCC Governmental Body to Commercialize its 3D Bio-Printing Technology

The collaboration aims to address local food security goals by leveraging Steakholder Foods’ expertise in 3D printing for structured food and hybrid-cultivated fish and meat production.

3D printed cultured fish

Commencing with an investment by the strategic partner in the construction of a pilot plant to produce printed hybrid-fish products, the MOA eventually aims to create a first-of-its-kind large-scale production facility in the Persian Gulf region. The agreement foresees a material initial down payment to Steakholder Foods for the procurement of its 3D-printer technologies, followed by a milestone-based sales and procurement plan for industrial-scale output.

3D bio-printer

The MOA is intended to contribute to the scalability of Steakholder Foods’ 3D-printed food technology in territories in the Gulf Cooperation Council (“GCC”), which represents the economic union between Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and the United Arab Emirates.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A6KR8UWOnpA

The collaboration between the partners will leverage Steakholder Foods’ expertise in providing mature Ready-to-Cook (RTC) 3D printer technologies and customized bio-inks, tailored to produce a wide range of species-specific cultivated fish and meat products, as well as vegetable-based products. The partners also seek to utilize Steakholder Foods’ advanced technology to overcome the limitations of traditional fish and meat production, ensuring consistent, nutritious, and safe food products that closely mimic the taste, texture, and appearance of conventional meat, fish and vegetable-based products. The collaborative efforts outlined in the MOA signify a shared vision and commitment to food security, in a future where access to nutritious and sustainable food is within reach for all.

Arik Kaufman

Arik Kaufman - Co-Founder & CEO

Arik Kaufman, CEO of Steakholder Foods: “After intensive years of development, Steakholder Foods is excited to sign this first agreement with a strategic partner, generating our first income stream that represents one of the first substantial income agreements for a company in the cultivated meat industry, a huge step forward. We believe that we have chosen the right partner, and together, we are committed to advancing the cause of food security and creating a positive impact on the world.”

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