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3D printer revitalises old food

The Dutch founders Elzelinde van Doleweerd and Vita Broeken use 3D printing technology to give old food a new lease of life. They do this by combining baked goods with fruit and vegetables that would otherwise be thrown away. The foods are first mixed and pureed, before being printed into nice shapes to make them look attractive again. The tasty creations, which consist of 75% food waste, are finally baked and dehydrated. The attractive, crunchy results can then be served as a decoration and as a side dish to meals.

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