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3D-printed fish hits the market

If a trip to the lake with your fishing rod is not an option, an Israeli company has created a method of 3D bioprinting its own 'fresh' fish - which it says will be ready to cook immediately.

Stakeholder Foods has developed a 3D-printed grouper fish filet from stem cells, processed through bioprinting technology into a fish-like form.

The product, created in partnership with Umami Meats, mimics the taste and texture of natural fish and may hit supermarket shelves later this year.

"In the coming months, we plan to announce our plans to bring this world-class farmed fish . . .

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