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Steakholder Foods Welcomes Ms. Michal Ansky as Culinary Director and Special Strategic Consultant

Rehovot, Israel, April 26, 2024 – Steakholder Foods, a leading innovator in alternative proteins and 3D printing technologies, is excited to announce the appointment of Ms.  Michal Ansky as the newest addition to our team. Ms. Ansky will serve as a consultant, bringing her extensive expertise in culinary excellence and collaboration to further enhance our offerings as we move towards commercialization and expansion.

Ms. Ansky is a distinguished gastronome and visionary, renowned for her pioneering work establishing Tel Aviv’s farmers' market and the indoor market at Tel Aviv Port . As a former judge on the primetime television show MasterChef Israel for over a decade, Ms. Ansky has established herself as a global thought leader in the culinary field, garnering recognition for her efforts in promoting culinary culture in Israel.

Arik Kaufman, CEO of Steakholder Foods, said: “Steakholder Foods is thrilled to welcome Michal Ansky to our team. Her passion for food sustainability and creativity perfectly aligns with our values of pushing the boundaries of alternative proteins with innovative 3D printing technologies . Michal's expertise will be instrumental as we enter the commercial phase and expand our reach, ensuring that our printers enable food manufacturers to create alternative foods that resonate with today's conscious consumers."

Michal Ansky shared her enthusiasm about joining Steakholder Foods, stating: "I am excited to collaborate with Steakholder Foods to create sustainable and delicious alternative proteins . Together, we will explore new culinary horizons and work to deliver innovative solutions to the global market."

As Steakholder Foods enters the commercializtion phase, Ms. Ansky's insights and guidance are expected to play a significant role in refining products and developing culinary solutions that meet the evolving demands of consumers worldwide.

About Steakholder Foods

Steakholder Foods is building the industry-standard machinery, software and printing materials to help accelerate the alternative proteins and cultivated food industries and bring them to industrial capacity. The company offers its proprietary 3D printers, printing premix blends formulated from constituent raw materials, operating software, and ongoing services to help manufacturers of all sizes reach the execution of their offerings.

Using its variety of manufacturing technologies and services, Steakholder Foods offers manufacturers the ability to produce alternative proteins foods that closely mimics traditional meat's taste, texture, and appearance— as an alternative to industrialized farming and fishing.

The company’s expertise lies in creating plant-based meat and seafood products with complex textures, like beef steaks, white fish, shrimp, eel, and more. While its initial focus is on plant-based options, Steakholder Foods is developing cultivated cells for seamless integration into its 3D printing technologies, with an eye on the future.

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