Janne Kyttanen: Live Entrepreneurship and 3D Printing Value Networks 3D Pops in Retail

This time on my 3D Value Networks chats, I had the pleasure of chatting with David Greenfeld, co-founder and CEO of Dream Pops. Dream Pops develops innovative, plant-based foods. Their ice…

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Where’s the 3D Printed Beef? New Tech 3D Prints 50 Vegan Steaks per Hour

Over the last decade, we have witnessed a series of positive trends in the food industry. From the invention of the first-ever 3D-printed, plant-based burgers to discovering how to personalize…

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Food 3D Printing: 3D Printed Food for the Elderly Continues with Natural Machines

While the collaboration between Biozoon and FoodJet to 3D print food for the elderly did not yield marketable results, we have learned that progress continues to be made in aiding…

Chocolate 3D Printing with Mass Customization Around the Corner, Says FoodJet

We recently learned that the exciting PERFORMANCE project, meant to develop 3D-printed food for the elderly, didn’t quite pan out as expected, with the major partners, Biozoon and FoodJet, deciding…

A General Review of Methods and Materials for 3D Food Printing

Researchers from the University of Birmingham published a paper that reviews various methods and materials related to the scope of food 3D printing, which they write is “an area of…

Opportunities of the Appetite: Continued Potential for 3D Printed Meat

Nataliya A. Gorbunova (V. M. Gorbatov Federal Research Center for Food Systems of Russian Academy of Sciences, Moscow, Russia) discusses the future of 3D printed fare in the recently published ‘Possibilities of Additive…

Startup Legendary Vish Wants to 3D Print Salmon and Tuna Filets

The food 3D printing segment is beginning to transform what we eat using a fraction of the resources that the food industry tends to demand. One of the most interesting…

University of Queensland: 3D Food Printing & The Potential of Chocolate

Sylvester Bin Mantihal recently submitted a thesis to the School of Agriculture and Food Sciences at the University of Queensland. In ‘3D food printing: assessing the printability of dark chocolate,’…

Lynnette Kucsma: “Our Next Food Printer Will Use Lasers to Cook Food”

3D printing technology could challenge the way we eat in the future, making recipes trivial and letting the imagination run wild. It will basically disrupt the kitchen. When Paul Bocuse,…

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