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Posted 18 October 2020 - 04:24 PM

File Name: Food safety of 3D printed food with laser cooking technology

File Submitter: Simon

File Submitted: 18 Oct 2020

File Category: Food Safety Live 2020



Presentation slides and certificate of attendance for the session delivered at Food Safety Live 2020 by Vladimir Surcinski, Consultant and Trainer, IFSQN.


The food industry is changing rapidly. The future is here as they designed a 3D food printer that you can now place in your kitchen next to the fridge, stove, and microwave. You fill the dispensers with mass, push a button, and the device prints your favourite dish in an amazing shape that not every human hand can make. Together with printing now option of cooking is possible, and all of that is done with an installed laser. Printing and laser cooking of food is enough to open the discussion about the food safety of food prepared in 3D printed technology.


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