MLA investigates 3D printing technology for value-adding red meat

3D printing technology for red meat products could present the next big advancement in value adding to the Australian industry, following new research published by Meat & Livestock Australia (MLA). A recent MLA research project reviewed market acceptance and value proposition for 3D printed food with meat as an ingredient – particularly investigating how the technology could open new market opportunities and further grow the demand and uses for red meat. Three-dimensional printed (3DP) food is the technology where food is created (printed) layer by layer in a process called additive manufacturing. Various ingredients can be mixed, deposited and cooked,…

Source: Beef Central
MLA investigates 3D printing technology for value-adding red meat