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Dinara Kasko makes use of 3D printing to shape her latest works of pastry art, which incorporate mathematical principals and sculpture.
Honestly, there’s nothing more heartwarming than your personal piece of chocolate. Since 3D printing has appeared on the scene, you can dream of much more personal and unique chocolate shapes.
Feel the Peel is an orange juice bar which supplies freshly squeezed juice in a 3D printed bioplastic cup made from the orange peel. It is an example of a circular design created by Italian studio Carlo Ratti Associati and energy company, Eni.
Genecis, a startup comprised of graduates from the University of Toronto Scarborough, has developed a biological process that turns organic waste into 3D printing materials.
Shipping empty biodegradable plastic cups with 3D printed polycapsule flavors, is Smart Cups the future of thirst quenching? Just add water.
Barilla has selected three winners for their second 3D printed pasta competition, chosen from a pool of over a thousand entries!
Proving 3D printing chocolate can be a desktop thing, Structur3D releases video demoing chocolate extrusion, and an Ultimaker printer bundle.
If you've always struggled with using chopsticks and make a fool of yourself in Asian restaurants, you'll be happy to hear QuickStix have launched a Kickstarter campaign which could help.
If you've ever wondered how a 3D printed sausage robot would hold up in a fight, then behold the meaty glory that is Neon Brown.
Food giant PepsiCo have been using 3D printers for the research and development of their Ruffles Deep Ridged potato chips since 2011.
Elderly residents living in Swedish care homes can expect 3D printed delicacies to appear on their menus to help stimulate their appetite for puréed food.
At SXSW, the digital food company Open Meals unveiled its Pixel Food Printer, a 3D printer capable of producing edible and pixelated 8-bit sushi.
In time for Queen Elizabeth II’s and Prince Philip’s 70th anniversary, a damaged replica of their wedding cake was recreated with 3D scanning and printing.
Aquapioneers is a Spanish start-up asking for funding for their open source, aquaponics kit which allows you to easily grow your own food.
Food tech start-up Pixsweet is using 3D printing to develop super cool popsicles in a multitude of shapes, perfect for the long hot summer.
Wacker is presenting two world firsts for candy at ProSweets Cologne 2017 fair, one of which includes 3D printing chewing gum.
Print A Drink is a new company using KUKA robots to inject edible liquid drops into your cocktail creating geometric artwork in your glass