I have gotten curious with how a 3-D food was printed and decided to go ahead to look into the mystery that embodied the potential future of food.
3-D food printer is capable of printing any shaped food that can be program through computerized 3-D software. The taste, well it depends on the paste or the filling that are being squeezed while it is printing. 3-D printing can be summarized as molding of filling to create a desired design. Amazingly, these designs are so perfect and can be used to decorate any food, to deliver a premium appearance and even a luxury experience.
I am just looking forward to the advancement of the technology to be able to print 3-D food faster and at a much affordable pricing. Are you?
About the Author:
Felicia Loo is a food science graduate from UBC. With an interest in food marketing and creating consumer's awareness on food safety and dietary consumption, she explore how food products are created to meet end users needs.
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