3-D food printing emerges at SXSW Eco*
from dairyherd.com: Food printing has been around for several years. A group at Cornell University created a printer in 2011 that could print chocolate, cheese, scallops, celery and turkey. Click here for more. Earlier this year, Dutch scientists printed a burger with a $325,000 price tag. Though it may appease some vegetarians and animal rights activists, the product failed its first public taste test. Ranchers and farmers can rest easy for now — chefs still prefer real beef over synthetic.