The XPRIZE team was recently discussing 3d food printers and all the possibilities that they would bring in the future. There have been an evolution of all the possibilities from printing sugar-heavy confections to healthier vegetable options, baked goods, and pasta.
Can this type of innovation really solve for the expected population increases of 2050? Do the claims around 3D food printers addressing challenges of food loss and waste ring true?
What else does the future hold for food systems in general?