The byFlow 3D Food Printer That Could Make Culinary Personalization Happen

byFlow has presented their new platform, byFlow Studio, that agilizes personalization, while their Focus 3D Food Printer has been helping make a change in the healthcare and food industry, as well as contributing with one of the world’s biggest problem: leftovers.

A Patent for 3D Printing Chocolate Mashed Potato

A team of Chinese researchers has recently applied for a US patent on 3D printing mashed potato. This application builds on an earlier Chinese patent for 3D printing mashed potatoes….

High-End Restaurant in the Netherlands Adding 3D Printed Food to the Menu

Chocolate ganache, hazelnut celery, fruit caviar and goat cheese are all dishes likely to be found on the menus at high-end restaurants, as will be the case for Dutch chef…

Aether 1 3D Bioprinter Promises a Plethora of Printing Options for Artistic Expression

My father once paid $100 for a calculator. This was back in the mid-1970s and this calculator could perform the basic functions and print them as he entered them. It…

3D Printed Food: Easy as Pie?

3D printed food has caught chefs’, journalists’ and the general public’s attention for a number of years now. There is however a lot of disinformation around the subject as well…

Katjes Magic Candy Factory Exhibits at Digical Show and Presents Design Contest to Win Your Own Gummy 3D Printer

We recently covered iMakr‘s Digical Show in London, which I attended remotely via a telepresence robot. Besides conducting an interview with Romain Kidd, the CEO of MyMIniFactory, I had the…

Barilla Continues to Develop Pasta 3D Printer, Envisions Gourmet Customization

Is there a food that’s more fun than pasta? I can’t think of one that has more variety in terms of shapes, anyway. Long, thin spaghetti noodles, bow tie pasta, shells,…

Do We Want 3D Printed Snacks?

The wave of things that people want to 3D print has grown to tsunami proportions. We’ve seen stories about printed organs, printed engines, and printed lingerie. It doesn’t take too…

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?…

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