When it comes to 3D-printed food, there is a best-practice "recipe" that overcomes some major manufacturing hurdles of this emerging sector, according to a new study.
Why it matters: The latest U.N. climate change report identifies the role of climate warming in exposing millions of people worldwide to acute food insecurity. Some are looking to untapped solutions.
How it works: 3D-printed food is made through an additive manufacturing process similar to standard 3D printing — except it's done using edible materials.
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