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Commercial Kitchens Getting a Taste of 3-D-Printed Food

Think of it as farm-to-table 2.0.

At the heart of this concept is 3-D printing technology, still in its earliest stages, but offering the promise of greater efficiency in the production of food, with less waste and more customization. The first 3-D food printers are being used primarily in commercial capacities, but with new functionalities and lower prices on the way, the mass market awaits.

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