From 3D-Printed Candies to Skeletal Sugar Cubes

By: Michael Hemsworth - Jul 31, 2014
The concept of 3D-printed foods might seem relatively science fiction-based for some, but the reality is that the innovative technology is growing by leaps and bounds every quarter. As food scarcity concerns rise and people on a global basis worry about food transportation, the ability to print a recipe or download a snack is sending shockwaves through a traditionally staunch industry.

On the more luxurious end of the equation, 3D-printed foods mean enhanced customization, which could translate to trying cuisines previously out of reach or printing outrageous creations like your face in chocolate form (such an endeavor is in this list; check it out). So whether you're enticed by the thought of the convenience or the customization, this collection of 3D-printed foods could have you salivating.