Cambridge-based company Dovetail uses variety of pre-packaged liquids or raw ingredients to 3D print food (Video)

Cambridge-based company Dovetail uses variety of pre-packaged liquids or raw ingredients to 3D print food

Producing food by printing it, rather than growing it, could be one way to solve the global food problem, some experts believe.

The Cambridge-based company Dovetail is developing 3D food printing that produces “creative” food from a variety of pre-packaged liquids or raw ingredients.

The printer – costing about the same as a “high-end food mixer”, according to the company – can print food, on demand, at the touch of a smartphone.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iWq2T6sC-FA&feature=youtu.be&a

Source: bbc.com

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