Category Archives: Food

Canning Town Primary 3D Prints School Lunches

With food printing taking up various roles in the culinary world, we’re seeing it grow in applications. From bakeries to doctors, everyone’s getting a slice of the printed pie nowadays. So, it’s no wonder that a school has been offering additive manufactured meals to their students. While the school only implemented this program for a […]

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Researchers Develop Plant Based Steak Printing Method

Food printing has presented some very interesting ideas over the years, including pizzas and novel baking solutions. Now, researchers in Barcelona are pairing up additive manufacturing with another growing field: cruelty-free meat solutions. Giuseppe Scionti and his team have developed a plant based steak production method that aims to replicate the real thing. While Scionti’s “steaks” are […]

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Dutch Chef Teams Up With Byflow to Launch 3D Printed Food Restaurant in Wolvega

There’s a new restaurant joining the growing trend for additive manufacturing in restaurant and food services. This time around, the restaurant is a partnership between Byflow and chef Jan Smink due to open in the town of Wolvega. The venue will be the Netherlands’ first full-time 3D printed food restaurant. Smink has previously worked for […]

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FabRx Repurposes Magic Candy Factory 3D Printer Into Personalised Medicine Maker

London-based company FabRx have set up a Kickstarter to fund a novel new way of producing medicine for children. To do this, FabRx adapted a Magic Candy Factory 3D printer into prepare medicines in precise doses. The project may seem trivial at first glance, but it could go a long way towards convincing sick children to […]

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Can 3D printed nanocellulose transform the food industry?

Developed in the late 1970s at the ITT Rayonier labs in Whippany, New Jersey, nanocellulose, is a fibrous, fibrillated or crystalline form of cellulose – the primary building block in the cell walls of green plants. As a material, nanocellulose is heralded as a natural reinforcement in material fabrication, and is commercially used as a low-calorie thickener, flavour […]

3D Systems Partners With CSM Bakery Solutions For Food Printing

After somewhat of a hiatus in the food printing field, 3D Systems have doubled down on their efforts. In a new deal with CSM Bakery Solutions, they are looking to provide ingredients, products and services related to food and baked goods. The deal also gives CSM the exclusive rights to work with the ChefJet Pro printer. […]

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Researchers Looking At Food Printing As Potential Solution to Dysphagia

Researchers at Austrlia’s CSIRO are looking into the possibilities of how printed food can help feed patients with dysphagia. Dysphagia is a disease is the inability to swallow foods or liquids. This disease often presents itself in senior citizens and inhibits nutrition. Dr Aarti Tobin believes that food printing can enable health technicians to save […]

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