Photos: How technology is changing what and how we eat

The Foodini

The Foodini 3D printer, which will be available later this year and is expected to cost around $1,300, primarily helps with food presentation.

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Image: Natural Machines


Lyndsey Gilpin is a former Staff Writer for TechRepublic, covering sustainability and entrepreneurship. She's co-author of the book Follow the Geeks.

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