Tap to Select: Fully Personalized Printed Food: Advances in 3D food printers provide real opportunity for flavor, texture and nutritional content customization

M.W.J. Noort, Kjeld van Bommel

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Abstract

Advances in 3D food printers provide real opportunity for flavor, texture and nutritional content customization. In our on-demand society, consumers want to be able to buy and consume food products that they know are right for them. 3D Food Printing (3DFP) enables the creation of a wide range of food products through many of the layer-by-layer deposition technologies used for “regular” 3D printing.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)26-28
JournalWorld of Food Ingredients
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2020

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