3D printed food has become a new topic of discussion thanks to the clever and innovative project entitled The Foodini. Sounds super cool, but what will it taste like?
In Rome, you can have a chance to test out the Foodini at Innovation Week Maker Faire Rome from October 3rd-5th. Over 500 projects will be shown at this event, such as a similar 3D printer that uses fruit-flavored juice as it's printing material. This type of technology cis creating opportunities for food customization, including the production of quality, organic goods that can be used in polar and space stations. 3D food printing opens doors for low-waste production, sustainable distribution, and eventually, 3D food printers in households and restaurants, even NASA plans to utilize it in space. The way we create food is changing! Click here to learn more about this incredible innovation.