Revo Foods: Saving the Oceans with Foodtech

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The Modern Health Nerd Podcast, Episode #20

Overfishing, fish farming and aquatic pollution are ravaging the world’s oceans. Robin Simsa and the team at Revo Foods (formerly Legendary Vish) believe the right combination of plant-based ingredients and foodtech can spark change.

How? By making the world’s first 3D printed plant-based salmon that looks and tastes just like the real thing — minus the heavy metals, microplastics and negative environmental impact — and scaling up the process to make it available to the masses.

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About Revo Foods

 robin simsa of revo foodsRevo offers seafood made of plants with the goal of providing better health for people and planet. Their products make it possible to enjoy the delicious treats of the ocean without the negative impacts of overfishing or toxic heavy metals.

By developing proprietary 3D food printing technology, Revo is able to precisely recreate the texture and appearance of seafood. In the 3D Printing process, natural ingredients such as pea proteins, algae extracts and dietary fibers are combined to mimic (or exceed) the nutritional value and taste experience of seafood.

Revo’s process was optimized to avoid food waste in the production process and retain more vitamins and omega 3 oils in the final product.

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Hear more about how to change food choices from Chuck Carroll in episode #9.

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