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Dutch Structuring Technologies develops Continuous High Shear technology for plant-based whole cuts
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Plant-based Meat

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Jun 19, 2024

Dutch Structuring Technologies develops Continuous High Shear technology for plant-based whole cuts

Product updates

  • Dutch Structuring Technologies (DST), a Dutch company that produces plant-based meat and fish alternatives, has created a novel technology called "Continuous High Shear" (CHS), which is claimed to be ideal for producing whole cuts of plant-based meat or fish.

  • The CHS utilizes lower processing temperatures than extrusion and combines the plant-based protein with oil and water, eliminating the need for additives while reducing the post-processing steps. According to the company, CHS doesn't need binders and can create fiber lengths of up to 15 cm. Moreover, the products produced with the CHS technology can be priced competitively, supporting the transition to a plant-based food system.

  • DST has also collaborated with B2B customers to help develop tailor-made products.

  • Analyst QuickTake: CHS is an advancement on the previously used shear cell technology, which uses thermo-mechanical treatment to develop fibrous structures in plant-based meat alternatives. Rival Foods , a company that uses shear cell technology, aims to scale its annual production capacity to 400 tons as it gears up for entry into the retail market in 2025.

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