The food arena is one of fierce debate. In addition, the advancements in 3D printing have been incredible, once starting out as a way to make figurines to actual metal industrial parts. Now they are crossing the two:
Alex Lightman is a futurist who spends a lot of his time thinking about what new food technology will mean for the way people eat. And he believes that one of the surest things about the future of 3-D printed food is that it won’t work the way people imagine it will.
“People think that things are going to be automated and scaled, but that’s not true,” he said. “The truth is that people really misunderstand how it’s going to work.”
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