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The field of novel foods is an exciting market but moving from lab to industrial scale can be challenging. A particular challenge novel foods producers face is the sheer number of ingredients required when compared to conventional proteins, such as binders, stabilizers and other ingredients that affect texture and taste yet are necessary to make plant-based proteins taste like meat. Automation not only increases the scalability and affordability of these novel foods but also enhances food safety and quality control. Additionally, it reduces the reliance on human labor in potentially hazardous conditions. As the global population continues to grow and environmental concerns intensify, the importance of automation in the production of novel foods cannot be overstated. It represents a transformative force in revolutionizing the food industry, making sustainable and ethical food choices more accessible to consumers. Join our webinar to find out how automation solutions are playing a role in helping the novel foods industry reduce its cost structure to a point that allows for closer price parity, and therefore greater consumer adoption, to animal protein.
This is a free-to-attend webinar in partnership with Hamilton. Attendees will have the opportunity to hear from industry experts as well as interact through Q&A sessions.
Hamilton Process Analytics provides the latest in-line measurement solutions for all critical parameters. Discover Hamilton's process sensor solutions for cultivated meat production, from hybrid plant-based meat to fully lab-grown meat processes. Our sensors and accessories help overcome the challenges of scaling up cultivated meat production by enabling better process control and optimization with real-time measurement. Hamilton sensors for in-line measurement of viable cell density, pH, dissolved oxygen, and dissolved CO2 can take your cultured meat process to the next level.’
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