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Expert Market Research Explores the Top 5 Companies in the Global 3D Food Printing Market

Top 5 Companies in the Global 3D Food Printing Market

 

Procusini, Natural Machines Iberia, S.L., Byflow B.V., and Systems and Materials Research Corporation, among others are the major players in the global 3D food printing market.

 

3D food printing is an innovative technology that uses 3D printing to transform tasty real-world objects into 3-dimensional digital designs. It creates 3D forms for food while still preserving the product's flavour, structure, and texture. It transforms natural protein sources into delicious products and is hence considered environmentally friendly. The advantages of 3D printing include the facility to customise meals based on personal preferences and specifications, and the ability to give textures, fresh flavours, and shapes for unique and distinctive dining environments.

North America is likely to hold the most significant share of the 3D food printing market. At the same time, the Asia Pacific region is estimated to grow at the fastest rate during the forecast period. The existence of significant 3D food printing enterprises in North America assists in the region's demand expansion. 3D food printers create foods rich in specific nutrients that are easy to chew and digest for older people, making it easier to feed them.

 

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The market is divided into meat and seafood, bakery, chocolate and confectionery, and others based on food products. The market is divided into proteins, sauces, fruits and vegetables, dough, carbohydrates, and others, based on ingredients. The market is segmented into binder jetting, fused deposition modelling (FDM), hot air sintering, and others, based on technology. The market is categorised into bakery stores, hospitals, restaurants, residential, and others, based on application. North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa are among the product's regional markets.

The growing understanding among food innovators of the need to upgrade food processing technologies is a crucial driver of the 3D food printing demand. In the forecast period, increased research and development activities by major companies, and the new market launches for novel food products, will create new opportunities for the 3D food printing industry. In the forecast period of 2021-2026, the global 3D food printing market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 18.2%.


Top 5 Companies in the Global 3D Food Printing Market

Procusini

Establishment: 2014
Headquarter: Freising, Germany 
Website: https://www.procusini.com/

Procusini printers are known as first of its kind which enables 3D food printing with the three-dimensional craftmanship in an unprecedented precision. Procusini offers variety of 3D printers for food that processes chocolate, mashed potatoes, pasta dough, cream cheese, minced meat, and much more. The company was founded by food technologists, nutritional scientists, IT experts, and engineering professionals with the goal of developing revolutionary 3D food printing solutions. The company offers a variety of 3D food printers such as Procusini® 5.0 and 4.0 Dual.


Natural Machines Iberia

Establishment: 2012
Headquarter: Barcelona
Website: https://www.naturalmachines.com/

People at Natural Machines desire to motivate people to live more sustainable lives and contribute to a healthier, more sustainable planet for both humans and the environment. Their mission is to develop a complete line of revolutionary kitchen solutions that will improve the quality and enjoyment of food while also making it easier to maintain complete control over all meals and having a positive environmental impact by reducing food loss and waste. The company launched its product called Foodini, which is a 3D food printing kitchen appliance that enables you to personalise food, eat healthier, improve kitchen efficiency, and lower food waste. It prints using real, natural, fresh ingredients –printing the amount needed and nothing more. Natural Machines is also included in the official FoodTech 500 list, which is considered the "Fortune 500" of the food technology industry.


Byflow B.V.

Establishment: 2015
Headquarter: Eindhoven
Website: https://www.3dbyflow.com/

byFlow's objective is to transform how food is prepared and consumed in order to contribute to a more sustainable future, by creating and marketing 3D printing technology, which allows professionals to produce customised shapes, textures, and flavours using fresh foods or otherwise discarded ingredients.


Systems and Materials Research Corporation

Establishment: 1998
Headquarter: Austin, Texas
Website: http://systemsandmaterials.com/

Systems & Materials Research Corporation (SMRC) is a small corporation situated in Austin, Texas that specialises in aerospace and defence R&D. Integrated systems, manufacturing technology, nondestructive evaluation, and sophisticated materials are among SMRC's main competences.

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