Barilla is working with a research organization to develop a 3D pasta printing machine

Barilla is working with a research organization to develop a 3D pasta printing machine.

3D food edges closer to reality for restaurants

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There's good news for operators curious about the viability of 3D food printing capability. An actual program, run under the auspices of the Culinary Institute of America, is aimed at making this emerging technology accessible to people who work in professional kitchens.

As evidenced at the just-concluded Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, 3D printing capabilities are growing at an exponential rate. Astronauts use them to make tools while circling the globe on the Internation

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