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From bioprinting lab-grown meat in Russia to Beyond Meat in the US, KFC is embracing the future of food

From a partnership with the Russian company 3D Bioprinting Solutions to make chicken meat replacements using plant material and lab cultured chicken cells to an expansion of its Beyond Fried Chicken pilots to Southern California, KFC is aggressively pushing forward with its experiments around the future of food.
In Russia, that means providing 3D Bioprinting with breading and spices to see if the companys chicken replacements can match the KFC taste, according to a statement from the company. As the company said, there are no other methods available on the market that can allow for the creation of complex products from animal cells.
3D bioprinting technologies, initially widely recognized in medicine, are nowadays gaining popularity in producing foods such as meat, said Yusef Khesuani, co-founder and Managing Partner of 3D Bioprinting Solutions, in a statement. In the future, the rapid development of such technologies will allow us to make 3D-printed meat products more accessible and we are hoping that the technology created as a result of our cooperation with KFC will help accelerate the launch of cell-based meat products on the market.
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