Get your food printed instead of cooking or ordering in!

Get your food printed instead of cooking or ordering in!

New Tech from Israel Could Deliver 3D Printed Food

Imagine if the food you felt like ordering was just a click away -not the click of a Pay button on a delivery service site though, but the Print button on a 3D printer! A hamburger, sweet potato fries, or even a medium-rare steak, all available 24 hours a day, every day, without the mountain of clean up necessary if you cooked it yourself, or the drag of having to wait who knows how long if you were ordering in!

Two researchers hailing from the Jerusalem Hebrew University’s Yissum Research Development Company are at work at making this a possibility in the very near future.

No Compromise on Nutrition Necessary

Not only do these researchers believe that our computer activity should not be limited to playing the online pokies NZ offers, entertaining and potentially profitable though these may be, they also envision nutrition not being compromised, either. They are intent on making this 3D printed food personalised as well as wholesome, and intend to accomplish this by making use of nano-cellulose, a natural, edible, calorie-free fibre product.

Anyone Will be Able to Print Their Food

This technology, which is being developed by professors Ido Braslavsky and Oded Shoseyov from the University’s Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food, and Environment, will allow for printing in private homes, restaurants, schools, and institutions and could be used for making any type of food, from themed party nibbles to full gourmet meals. The printing will also be done according to criteria that the prospective consumer has predefined, and aims to not only change the way in which we eat, but how we dine, how our food is made, where we purchase it, and how much of it ends up being used.

Two Key Benefits for the Public

Professor Shoseyov stated that this 3D printing tech would have two main benefits for the public. The first will be that it will allow for food to be created based on the user’s diet, and what they feel like eating, and the second will be that food waste will be drastically reduced





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