3D Printed Food

Steakholder Foods Gets $1M Grant to Bioprint Cultured Eel

Deep tech food company Steakholder Foods (Nasdaq: STKH) could soon add new 3D printed cultured seafood to its product portfolio. Thanks to a $1 million grant from the Singapore Israel…

Neutrogena and Nourish3D Launch 3D Printed Skin Health Supplements

Neutrogena is teaming up with UK 3D printed gummy vitamin pioneer Nourish3D to create a daily skin-nutrient supplement for skin health. The result is a skin nutrient gummy called Skinstacks…

Upside Foods Finally Lands FDA Nod for its Cultivated Meat

In a win for Upside Foods (and chickens), the Berkeley, California-based company received a nod from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its cultivated meat. The recently announced…

Sugar 3D Printing Gets New Lease on Life via Currant 3D

Since its invention was made public in 2013, sugar 3D printing has wowed onlookers with the ability to create intricate, geometrically complex, full-color objects that taste as sweet as they…

Chef Tim Anderson: How LA’s Sugar Lab Unites Culture and Cuisine with Food 3D Printing

Great food often has an element of surprise. Sometimes, that surprise may come as an unexpected flavor—say, a hint of star anise in an otherwise ordinary French onion soup. But,…

3D Printing News Briefs, August 27, 2022: Research, Partially 3D Printed Engines, & More

The Additive Manufacturing Coalition has announced its newest member; this is what we’re starting off with in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs. Moving on, orders for GE Aerospace’s partially 3D…

3D Printing News Briefs, August 18 2022: Machine Learning, Meatless Meat, & More

We’re taking care of business first in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as a former GE executive has joined the senior management team of Nano Dimension and Velo3D welcomes StarHagen…

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Chef Tim Anderson: 3D Printed Redefine Meat May Live Up to Its Name – But Not Quite Yet

There is a long, global history of the manipulation of foods to make them resemble other foods, from mock turtle soup to mock duck to imitation crab. While some of…

3D Printing News Unpeeled, Live with Joris Peels Monday 15th of August

Today we’re looking at a company that says it is using a more sustainable 3D printing solution. As it’s using EPS foam, we’re a bit skeptical. We’re also looking at…

3DPOD Episode 115: 3D Printed Vitamins with Melissa Snover, Nourish3D

Melissa Snover got started 3D printing candy, but she saw a more meaningful opportunity in 3D printing customized vitamins. Now, you can go to the Nourish3D website, take a quiz,…

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Chef Tim Anderson: BluRhapsody and the Possibilities of 3D Printed Pasta

Tim Anderson is a Wisconsin-born chef and writer based in London, specializing in Japanese cuisine. He has published six books on Japanese cookery, including Your Home Izakaya and Japaneasy: Bowls and Bento….

3D Printing News Briefs, July 30, 2022: 3D Printed Seafood & Car Accessories & More

We’re starting with event news in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as Formlabs has opened registration for its fifth annual User Summit this fall. Moving on, MeaTech and Umami Meats…

3D Printing News Briefs, July 2, 2022: 3D Printed Pasta & Prosthetics & More

We’re beginning with awards in today’s 3D Printing News Briefs, as Hexagon has recognized two winners in its first Sixth Sense cohort of manufacturing startups, and then on to automotive,…

Bioprinted Meat and Fungi Could Result in New Hybrid Meat Products for MeaTech

MeaTech (NASDAQ: MITC)’s Belgian subsidiary, Peace of Meat, a leader in cultured avian biomass, signed a deal with Scottish mycoprotein startup Enough to speed up market entry of hybrid alternative…

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3D Printed Alt Meats over Killed Animal Cuts? Investors Agree

For a while, it seemed as though 3D printed alternative meats were just one side of an industry, targeted mainly at the vegan or vegetarian population (roughly 14% globally). Now,…

Harvard Grads Aim for Mass 3D Printed Alt Meats with $3M Seed Round

Businesses trying to revolutionize the alternative meat industry through 3D printing attracted hundreds of millions of dollars in funding in the last ten years, growing from just a few companies…

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SuperMeat: the Future Intel of Cultured 3D Printed Chicken?

Commercializing cell-cultured meat is turning into a sought-after undertaking for food entrepreneurs. After Singapore became the first nation to approve the sale of cultivated meat in December 2020, the Israeli…

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8 Players Leading the 3D Printed Meat Revolution

Finding the perfect substitute for your meat seems like a mind twister. It’s not just about taste; meat lovers considering a move to the “artificial meats” side will demand similar…

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7 3D Printed Veggie Meats Rebuilding the Meat Industry

What makes a great meat substitute? Is it the perfect marriage of taste and texture, or the smell and juiciness that reminds people of the original deal? As subjective as…

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Bioprinted Wagyu Beef to Hit Automated Production by 2025

Soaring demand for meat alternatives has prompted Japan-based Osaka University to team up with Kyoto biotechnology research corporation Shimadzu and Tokyo consulting firm Sigmaxyz to create a new food tech…

3D Printed Salmon Alternative Plantish Raises $12M to Scale Operations

A month after unveiling its whole cut plant-based salmon fillets, alternative seafood startup Plantish has raised $12.45 million from a seed round and contemplates initial distribution via restaurants. Focused on…

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Colgate Partners with Nourish3D to Offer 3D Printed Supplements

3D printed supplement company Nourish3d has partnered with Colgate (NYSE: CL) to make Nutristacks. According to the partners, these 3D printed supplements are meant to improve oral health while also…

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Redefine Meat Picks up $135M to Expand 3D Printed Fake Meat Production

One of the leading manufacturers of 3D printed alternative meat products, Redefine Meat, has raised $135 million to further its vision of transforming the food system and meeting the growing…

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SavorEat’s Robot Chef: the Biggest Step Yet in Commercializing 3D Printed Food

Imagine, say, five years from now, you sit down to eat at a restaurant. There’s a machine on the table, but it’s not one of those miniature jukeboxes that, for…