Barcelona-based Natural Machines has officially announced the world's first 3D printer for fast food production. It was named Foodini.
The Foodini printer allows you to "print" pizza, dumplings, ravioli, sandwiches, hamburgers, chocolate fingers and other simple but delicious dishes. In addition, it can be used to create decorations for cakes and other dishes and cut figurines from various products.
It should be noted that the printed dishes must then be heat treated. So, dumplings must be boiled in water, and pizza must be baked in the oven.
The first 3D food printer will go on sale next year. Its cost will be 1000 euros. The developers note that many European fast food chains are already interested in their creation.