The Viennese start-up >>Revo Foods<< has developed a plant-based smoked salmon product – made with a 3D printer. This is just the beginning for the company, which aims to transform first Europe and then the world with fish alternatives from Austria.
Company CEO & co-founder Robin Simsa and his team use state-of-the-art 3D printing technologies to faithfully recreate the texture, appearance and taste of salmon. The Vienna-based start-up, which initially started as a team of three, now employs 32 people.
The vegan high-tech alternative to smoked salmon must be kept refrigerated. It is made from eleven natural ingredients, including pea protein, and has a high omega-3 and protein content.
Plenty of alternatives for meat around the world but not for fish
Salmon meat has a highly complex structure, and this - its orange colour, muscle fibre and connective tissue - is precisely what makes the popular fish the perfect candidate for 3D printing. From its headquarters in Vienna, Revo Foods is committed to contributing to a better future, which is why it does not stop at the development and production of vegan smoked salmon. The plant-based salmon product has been available in BILLA Plus stores, which are part of the REWE Group, in Austria since November 2021.
Other vegan fish alternatives are already in the pipeline for 2022, starting with the world’s first vegan fish paste to plant-based salmon for sushi and sashimi, to the supreme discipline: salmon fillet.
RevoTM Salmon is a revolutionary product that has taken Europe by storm and will soon change how people across the globe eat seafood.
Homepage - Revo (revo-foods.com)
The Vienna Business Agency’s services:
- funded by the Call Urban Food 2020 / creative_project
- funded by Internationalisation Focus/18 – 22
- funded by Collaboration Initiation/18 – 22+
- funded by Material Assets/18 – 21
- funded by Innovation/18 – 21+
Vienna, 1 March 2022