3D printer that turns nano-cellulose into nutritious meals could be part of your kitchen in 5 years

3D printer that turns nano-cellulose into nutritious meals could be part of your kitchen in 5 years

Two researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem claim to have developed food 3D printing technology capable of printing entire meals from nano-cellulose, a naturally occurring fiber that contains no calories. 3D printed food. Do you need it? No. Do you want it? Not especially. Are companies going to continue exploiting the highly novel concept in order to make money? Of course they are. And since it’s going to happen anyway, why not just get on board? From 3D printed pizza to 3D printed candy , these complex treats are here to stay. Yum! Okay, perhaps that’s a little […]

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