From the same category as eating bugs because it’s healthy, we have the 3D printing technology that promises to revolutionize the food industry. Chloé Rutzerveld explains in this video how this printed food has many advantages and how it can actually be considered healthy food. Somehow, I doubt this, but the specialist says that there are still eight to ten years until this printing thing can become widely popular.
In this amount of time maybe they’ll find a way to drive this type of food closer to “natural.” The good thing about this is that researchers believe that cartridges of oils and powders can be stored for a long period of time, developing thus foods that are nutrition dense and which don’t depend on the weather or the location to ensure positive results. This might be a step forward on eradicating world hunger. So, I guess it’s not such a bad idea after all!
What do you think?