3D Food Printing
3D food printers use different types of powdered or liquid food material to bring extra nutritional value to our plates and additional income to companies. 3D food printers allow for personalized, precise, and reproducible nutrition containing the correct percentage of nutrients required for a particular gender, lifestyle, or medical condition.
One specialized form of the 3D food printer, currently in an experimental phase, is the bioprinter. This version prints living cells (not all of which are used to make food) and has the potential to illuminate hunger in areas of the world that need access to fresh foods.
Natural Machines, the startup behind the 3D food printer Foodini, promotes cooking with fresh ingredients. This concept separates the 3D food printer from others. The machine uses open capsules that users load up with foodstuffs of their choice to create savory or sweet cuisine. Thus Foodini manages the difficult and time-consuming parts of food preparation.
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