3D printed vegan meat launches across the UK – Here’s where to find it

Author: Elena Amoroso

Read Time:   |  11th May 2022

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Legendary chef Marco Pierre White is launching innovative 3D printed meat from Redefine Meat in his restaurants across the UK.


3D printed meat could be coming to a restaurant near you as Marco Pierre White has announced that his collaboration with Redefine Meat will be extended to 23 more restaurants this spring.

Known for its premium animal-based meat dishes, the restaurants will now be able to offer a sustainable, plant-based alternative.

These innovative 3D printed meat products will enable chefs to continue to create authentic and traditional dishes without using animal products.

Diners at Marco Pierre White’s flagship restaurant, Mr White’s in Leicester Square, can now enjoy a realistic 3D printed vegan steak, complete with garlic butter or vintage balsamico dressing.

This venue will also be serving up a Redefine Burger, Redefine Macaroni Cheese, and a Redefine Salsicca Pizza.

Marco Pierre White restaurants can be found across the UK, and the new meat-free menu will also be available in London, Bristol, Liverpool, Plymouth, Swansea, and many more!

The Spring Set Menu across the other sites will also see vegan Ragu alla Bolognese and Mr Lamb’s Shepherd’s Pie dishes available.

Eshchar Ben-Shitrit, CEO and Co-Founder of Redefine Meat, told us: “It’s an honour for us to be working with Marco and now, to be featured on his restaurants’ menus.

“From the very beginning, we’ve worked alongside chefs with meat expertise and butchers, as they always provide the best feedback for us to better our products.”

The new Redefine Ragu alla Bologenese made with 3D printed meat is now available at Marco Pierre White restaurants across the UK. Image credit: Redefine Meat

The new Redefine Ragu alla Bologenese made with 3D printed meat is now available at Marco Pierre White restaurants across the UK. Image credit: Redefine Meat


New Meat from Redefine Meat

Plant-based meat company Redefine Meat has a clear goal: to create sustainable alternatives that can still deliver excellent quality and taste.

The food tech company has reached this standard by using plant-based ingredients and 3D printing the molecular make-up of standard meat.

Marco Pierre White is a fan himself, revealing he eats New Meat one or twice a week.

He also revealed that he was vegan himself for 9 months but reverted back to eating animal products, stating: “I didn’t feel satisfied. We didn’t have New Meat in those days. I was always hungry…”

His restaurant isn’t the only venue with this 3D printed meat on the menu. Upmarket high street shop Selfridges also has New Meat dishes available.

However, Redefine Meat is one of several companies that are developing cutting-edge tech to create innovative plant-based foods.

Plant-based company EVERY Co. has introduced the world’s first vegan egg whites by replicating the DNA of chicken eggs with yeast and sugar.

Natalie Portman also recently invested in the realistic vegan meat start-up Tender Foods, which makes plant-based meats by spinning fibrous textures together.

Ready to make a change? Read our Top 7 Vegetables for Meat Alternatives!

Written by

Elena Amoroso

When she's not trying out the latest vegan products, Elena loves photography, catching the latest cinema releases, and travelling.

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