In a new video, the chefs at Michelin-starred Restaurant Cocina Hermanos Torres in Barcelona show how they use the Foodini food 3D printer by Natural Machines to make shapes that would not be possible by hand.
This video is part of the Future Kitchen series, made possible by EIT Food. EIT Food is supported by the EIT – European Institute of Innovation and Technology, a body of the European Union.
The FutureKitchen infotainment series set out in 2020 to further encourage a connection to our food systems and increased consumer trust. The project engages especially young generations in a conversation about food tech by making them (for example via Virtual Reality videos), an on-site viewer of how food science, technology and innovation can advance sustainability.
They can learn about the food journey from farm/marine to fork, eating healthy, cooking and food sector innovations that will shape the future of our food. The videos aim to make them curious, reflect on our food systems or even consider careers in food tech.
In 2020, the series will show future kitchen devices (such as 3D food printing and personalized baking systems) and also incorporate other RisingFoodStars (RFSs), emphasizing health and nutrition, robotics, personalized diets, food mindfulness, alternative foods and proteins and food processing.
All videos are developed in a co-creation process, together with academia, start-ups, and industry partners to create honest and impactful food stories.