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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…

3D Printed Food: Extruding Nutritious, Fiber-Rich Snacks from Composite Flour

Researchers from the Computational Modeling and Nanoscale Processing Unit, Indian Institute of Food Processing Technology (IIFPT), Ministry of Food Processing Industries, Govt. of India, Thanjavur, Tamil Nadu, India, have released…

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…

Food 3D Printing: What Happened to 3D-Printed Food for the Elderly?

Near the peak of food 3D printing hype, circa 2014, one European project garnered a good deal of attention for its exciting work in food fabrication The PERFORMANCE project, which…

Food 3D Printing: Food Printing in the Culinary Arts

As we’ve explored in our food 3D printing series, the technology is still emerging, with only a handful of food printing processes really approaching any form of maturity and level…

The State of Food 3D Printing, Part 2: Food Printers Available Now

The food printing space is still only in its formational stages, but there are early innovators who have actually made this science fiction concept into a reality. There are a…

The State of Food 3D Printing, Part 1: Beginnings

When 3D Systems showcased the ChefJet at International CES 2014, the concept of food 3D printing left audiences with a mixture of awe and confusion. Upon its acquisition of Sugar…

Wikifactory and Thought For Food Challenge: Solutions to Sustainably Feed the World

There are many ongoing efforts to use 3D printing for the purposes of increasing sustainability in the world, from marine applications and reducing plastic waste to clean water initiatives and…

Interview: Giuseppe Scionti’s 3D Printed Vegan Steaks To Be Launched in 2020

Meat. Millions of people demand it. Global meat consumption has increased by 70% since the 1960s and is expected to keep on growing, while total production has grown five times…

Harvard Business School: Exploring the Future of 3D Printed Foods Such as Pasta

In the recently published ‘3D Printed Pasta – Are There Limits to the Benefits of 3D Printing in the Food Sector?’ Tom M., a student at Harvard Business School, outlines…

The Effects of Various Additives on 3D Printed Potatoes

In a thesis entitled “Study and Characterization of Microstructural and Physio-chemical properties of potato products for 3D Food Printing,” author Iman Dankar discusses the conduction of a study of the…

Using 3D Printing to Reduce the Amount of Sugar in Cookies…Without Making Them Inedible

While it may sound great to sit around and eat cookies all day, the fact is that cookies aren’t particularly healthy because they’re chock full of sugar. But, partially because…

Oceanz and Cooperative DOOR Partner to Stop Food Waste with 3D Printed Vegetables

I recently saw a viral tweet circulating that read, “My waiter asked, ‘Now, do we want straws OR do we want to save the turtles?’ and honestly we all deserve that…

3D Printing of Tofu Products and R&D Tax Credits

A healthy diet has been proven to reduce the chances of developing cancer and other chronic diseases. Eating well boosts the immune system and fortifies the body against any other…

R&D Tax Credits Available for 3D Printing of Cake and Baked Goods

Cake-making is a tasty science experiment that has transcended throughout centuries. Typical ingredients for a standard cake, such as flour, eggs, sweetener, some kind of fat, flavoring and a leavening…

3D Printing of Matzoh and R&D Tax Credits

Matzoh is a symbol of faith has been eaten for many years and is a food that is eaten amongst the Jewish population and enjoyed by many others. Matzoh is…

3D Printing News Briefs: October 24, 2017

We’re kicking off today’s 3D Printing News Briefs with some 3D printing healthcare news, followed by a little business and then some unique 3D printed objects. A new collaborative Printing…

Will We Be Eating 3D Printed Meat Next Year?

Not many people like to think much about where their meat actually comes from. I’m no vegan, or even vegetarian, but I admit that I get a little bit queasy…

Columbia Professor Hod Lipson Leads the Food 3D Printing Revolution with New Printer Prototype

There are numerous types of 3D printing technologies that are sure to make your eyes wide and mind wonder, but none of them will get your stomach rumbling like food 3D printing….

Israel’s “Geek PicNic” Tech Event Gets Attendees Excited and Hungry for 3D Printing

There’s no denying that the country of Israel has played a heavy role in the contentious development of 3D printing technology. There are a number of examples that prove Israel’s…

Would You Eat 3D Printed Cheese? Dutch Researchers Hope So

Like many people, I have a love/hate relationship with dairy. I’m a big fan of chocolate and most ice creams, but when it comes to milk itself, I really dislike the flavor….

Using Cellulose to 3D Print Food

Remember when you were a kid and you just didn’t feel right, how your mom would make you a big, steaming hot bowl of cellulose to warm your tummy? No?…

Will the Foodini Food 3D Printer Be the Microwave of the Future?

It will be according to Natural Machines co-founder Lynette Kucsma, who predicts that the food printing kitchen appliance will one day be just as ubiquitous as the microwave oven is…

3D Systems’ ChefJet Pro Helps Serve Up a 3D Printed Edible Palace of Versailles

Marie Antoinette, who famously did not say ‘let them eat cake’ when told about the inability of France’s poor to afford bread, is perhaps one of the most polarizing figures…