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Israeli food-tech company Efishient Protein has announced the successful completion of its talapia cell line development.


Through its technological capabilities, Efishient Protein has unlocked the potential to produce muscle and fat cells of tilapia, which it says is a ‘key step towards establishing a genetic cell bank’.


Dana Levin, CEO of Efishient Protein, said: "We are thrilled to lead the way in revolutionising the global fish products industry. Completing the tilapia cell line development showcases our dedication to accelerating sustainable protein solutions, ensuring future generations can enjoy nutritious and ethical fish products".



Efishient Protein recognises that its partnership with BioMeat Foodtech and the Volcani Institute was instrumental in this latest achievment, combining the companies' tech with their experience in the alt-protein sector.


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Efishient Protein announces successful development of tilapia cell line

Phoebe Fraser

12 April 2024

Efishient Protein announces successful development of tilapia cell line

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