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MEQ Probe


Corporate Minority | Alive

Total Raised


Last Raised

$350K | 4 yrs ago

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About MEQ Probe

MEQ Probe utilizes spectral analysis to objectively determine the quality of meat in seconds.

Headquarters Location

10 Pulteney St

Adelaide, 5000,


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MEQ Probe Patents

MEQ Probe has filed 9 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • Audio engineering
  • Audio libraries
  • Broadcast engineering
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Related Topics




Meat industry, Meat, Smoked meat, Dried meat, Intensive farming


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Related Topics

Meat industry, Meat, Smoked meat, Dried meat, Intensive farming



Latest MEQ Probe News

New meat probe receives world first accreditation

Feb 26, 2022

Staff reporterCountryman Camera Icon Australian Agtech start-up MEQ Probe has received the first ever accreditation for a hot carcase marbling measurement technology for beef. Credit: Supplied/MEQ Probe Share to Facebook Copy the Link An Australian agtech start-up has become the first company in the world to receive accreditation for a hot carcase marbling measurement probe for beef. NSW-based MEQ Probe was last week awarded accreditation by industry peak body AUS-MEAT, making it the only trusted technology with the ability to accurately measure both intramuscular fat in lamb and marbling in beef. It follows stringent independent testing, with the MEQ Probe accredited for accurate measurement between the 100-1200 Meat Standards Australia (MSA) point range for beef. Marbling, which refers to the small flecks of fat distributed throughout the muscle in beef, is considered one of the most significant aspects impacting the quality and value of meat. It is currently measured using cold marbling methods where fat deposits and distribution on a cut surface of chilled beef is visually assessed by processing plant graders or grading professionals. These methods carry inefficiencies including using significant amounts of energy to chill carcases, losing space in chillers, and potential grading inaccuracies due to human error and subjective judgment. It also costs valuable time that could be used to create thorough cut design plans. However, MEQ Probe claims its game-changing technology gives processors 10 times the time to determine their cut design plan, as well as saving on energy and chiller space. Camera Icon MEQ Probe chief executive Remo Carbone. Credit: Supplied “The hot measure prevents the need for extended chilling, which provides valuable occupational health and safety improvements in the boning room,” a spokesperson said. “Information about individual carcase is also provided in real-time, allowing processors to share insights quickly through the supply chain, (including) distributors, retailers, consumers and farmers. “MEQ Probe enables far greater consistency which ensures the industry can deliver on its brand promise with confidence.” The innovative technology utilises spectral analysis to determine the intramuscular fat percentage or eating quality of meat on a carcase-by-carcase basis. It amalgamates physics, chemistry, and biology with machine learning to provide meat processors with a benchmark to improve the quality of their product. Australia produces about 2.4 million tonnes of beef a year, of which 76 per cent is exported. MEQ Probe chief executive Remo Carbone said having an accurate, scientifically backed measure of meat marbling was critical as consumers became more discerning. “Our accreditation puts Australia at a distinct advantage and opens doors for what producers and processors can do in terms of branding and premium price targeting,” he said. “We are beyond thrilled to have received accreditation from AUS-MEAT and to work with all those in the beef supply chain to make digitised marbling measurement the standard for the industry.”

MEQ Probe Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is MEQ Probe's headquarters?

    MEQ Probe's headquarters is located at 10 Pulteney St, Adelaide.

  • What is MEQ Probe's latest funding round?

    MEQ Probe's latest funding round is Corporate Minority.

  • How much did MEQ Probe raise?

    MEQ Probe raised a total of $350K.

  • Who are the investors of MEQ Probe?

    Investors of MEQ Probe include Availer, Teys Australia, The Midfield Group and Meat & Livestock Australia.

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