Soglowek Food Industries is an Israeli food company making and selling baked goods, meats, vegetarian, and packaged food products. The company was founded in 1937 after the Zoglowek family fled Germany due to the Nazi party rising to power, and built their first meat processing factory in Nahariya, Israel. In 1969, Soglowek expanded its production capabilities, and began exporting products to North America, Europe, and Japan. In 1990, Soglowek opened its first production facility for the production of plant-based meat substitutes.
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- Plant-based meatPlant-based meat products are made to mimic properties found within natural meats and are considered to be meat substitutes. They are made using plant and other non-animal products to look, taste, and feel like meat products. Examples include: seitan, falafel, tempeh, Tofurky, Beyond Meat burgers, and Mock duck.
- Clean meatClean meat is a term coined by The Good Food Institute representing meat products made using cellular agriculture and tissue engineering techniques. Other terms for clean meat include: cultured meat, in-vitro meat, and synthetic meat.