3D-printed meals that look and taste like the real thing are here, and they will help people who have difficulty chewing or swallowing solid food. Photo: SIT-Massey University 3D-printed meals that look and taste like the real thing are here, and they will help people who have difficulty chewing or swallowing solid food. Photo: SIT-Massey University
3D-printed meals that look and taste like the real thing are here, and they will help people who have difficulty chewing or swallowing solid food. Photo: SIT-Massey University
Food and Drinks

3D printed food: how meat and vegetables personalised by machines can help people eat better

  • Printed food is made from ingredients that are deconstructed and modified for nutritional content and visual appeal, before being reconstructed as a meal
  • 3D-printed meals can benefit people who have difficulty swallowing, picky children and those with special dietary needs, and could reduce overall food waste

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3D-printed meals that look and taste like the real thing are here, and they will help people who have difficulty chewing or swallowing solid food. Photo: SIT-Massey University 3D-printed meals that look and taste like the real thing are here, and they will help people who have difficulty chewing or swallowing solid food. Photo: SIT-Massey University
3D-printed meals that look and taste like the real thing are here, and they will help people who have difficulty chewing or swallowing solid food. Photo: SIT-Massey University
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