The main purpose of 3D printing is to crate three-dimensional objects from digital files, layer by layer, using a variety of materials. It has been around almost a decade, but only in the last couple of years, printed food became the main topic among scientific environments. 3D food printing offers a wide range of potential benefits. It can be utilized, in order to create nutritious, tasty and healthy food, which is friendly to the environment. The idea is to convert alternative ingredients, such as proteins from algae, beet leaves, or insects into healthy products. It also opens the door for food customization. Consequently, it can be used to prepare meals in accordance with individual needs and preferences.
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