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From pixels to plate: Is 3D food printing the future

    It is almost like a food replicator as seen on Star Trek. Now you can print edible 3D food from a printer that looks like a giant microwave. The ChefJet printer can replicate intricate geometric 3D food designs. Is this the food of the future?
    “These printers make three-dimensional creations out of sugar in a number of flavors including chocolate, vanilla, mint, sour apple, cherry, and watermelon. Available in two variations, there is a smaller monochrome printer meant to sit on a counter and a full-color professional model that will print creations as large as ten by 14 by eight inches. Sweet treats may never be the same again.”