Food industry

3D printing disrupts the entire value chain. The technology is gaining momentum in all industries including the food industry.

Redefine Meat’s Alt-SteakTM products begin market testing with selected high-end chefs ahead of full market availability in 2021 Redefine Meat unveils its Alt-SteakTM plant-based products, with market testing at select high-end restaurants to start later this year. Created...
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Speech pathologist and researcher Professor Bronwyn Hemsley says “people with swallowing disorders often face the danger of choking on food, which can be fatal. So, to make food easier to eat, some people need it to be soft...
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ERIKS, an international service partner for industrial OEM and MRO customers, currently leverages 3D printing to produce on demand. With 7,500 employees working at more than 300 locations worldwide, in 22 different industries, ERIKS sees the potential of 3D printing...
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3D printing has been touted as being a manufacturing cure-all for a whole host of different applications. However, sometimes, operators are going too far in the way they see 3D printing. Dr Bryony Core, industry expert and Senior Technology...
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After sport, food is the second thing that can bring people from different backgrounds closer together. And when it comes to food, there is nothing like the “Oktoberfest” to emphasize this feeling. The Oktoberfest is an annual festival in Germany,...
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Redefine Meat™ completes a $6 million seed round to develop a meat 3D Printer whose release is expected for 2020. CPT Capital, Israel-based Hanaco Ventures, Germany’s poultry company The PHW Group, and Israeli angel investors led the funding round. Several questions...
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