We've recreated the structure of a salmon filet, including aligned muscle fibers, connective tissue, fats, and other components thanks to our proprietary muscle fiber & scaffolding technologies.
Our salmon filets transition from raw to cooked, and under similar cooking conditions to ordinary salmon.
Our filet tastes like salmon thanks to our proprietary flavor technology, is high in protein, and matches the same level of Omega 3's found in wild salmon.
Once cooked, New School Foods’ salmon forks into flakes & fibers, thanks to our muscle fiber technology platform, replicating the mouthfeel and texture of fish.
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