Dinner is printed: is 3D technology the future of food?

Culinary 3D printing is new and rather niche but it could be an answer to some of the food industry's biggest challenges. The FT’s Patrick McGee meets two Dutch students using the technology to cut food waste, improve diets and combat climate change. He also finds printed food is going down surprisingly well in an Eindhoven restaurant.


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