3D Food Printing Market - Global Industry Analysis, Size, Share, Growth, Trends, and Forecast 2019 - 2028

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  • Reporting status : Published Jan, 19
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3D food printing is the process of designing and printing food in three dimensional shape and maintaining structure, texture and taste of the ingredients. It is the technique where, food is brought into digital designs identical to real world objects, which are edible with the help of machines called 3D printers. 3D printed food is good for environment as well as healthy, as it may also use variety of organic products. The most important benefits of 3D printing are that, it widens the scope for food customization according to the individual’s preferences. Introduction of 3D food printing has given rise to new shapes, textures and flavors to deliver new and unique eating experiences.

3D food printers are deposition printers, i.e. they deposit layers of raw material used for cooking by using a process known as additive manufacturing. Different category of 3D printers such as binding printers those adhere materials together with a kind of edible cement. Other types of 3D printers introduced by food manufacturing companies includes, the ChefJet from 3D Systems, that crystalizes thin layers of fine grained sugar into a variety of geometric configurations. The Choc Edge from Barcelona-based Natural Foods dispenses chocolate from syringes in exquisitely melting patterns. Increasing need of mass customization of food products to save time as well as rising demand for creative and customized food by food lovers are the major factors driving growth of this market.

Lots of the ingredients used for 3D printing are converted to paste and there are limited foods that can be converted into paste. Moreover, 3D food printing is a slow process which requires lot of time to cool, before serving or consuming the food and the cost of manufacturing the product is high. Thus, all these factors are expected to obstruct the growth of the market.

The global 3D Food Printing market is bifurcated on the basis of ingredients, vertical and region. Based on the ingredients, the market is segmented as dough, fruits and vegetables, sauces, dairy products, carbohydrates and proteins, sweeteners and others. Carbohydrates are one of the types of nutrients and they are most important source of energy. Carbohydrates and proteins are found in fruits, grains, vegetables as well as in dairy products. If the ratio of carbohydrate and proteins is already set, the food of that choice is generated, which in turn could revolutionize and help the way to control the intake of nutrients. Carbohydrates segment is anticipated to hold the largest market share during the forecast period.

Further, the 3D food printing market is bifurcated on the basis of vertical, which is segmented as government, commercial and residential. The commercial sector in this market is expected to grow at the highest rate, as it includes users such as retail stores, bakeries, confectionaries and restaurants. Confectionaries are expected to hold the major market share of the commercial sector during the forecast period, owing to the increased demand for customized cakes and bakery items by consumers.

Geographically, the agricultural equipment market is divided into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, Middle East and Africa and Latin America. Among these regions, North America is expected to hold the largest market share of the 3D food printing during 2018. The huge demand for confectioneries and bakery products such as candies, chocolates, pizzas, and burgers in North America and increased demand for customized food products from the region has increased the scope of 3D food printing technology. Moreover, the capability of 3D food printers to print soft, chewable food for the geriatric population is expected to contribute to the fastest growth of the market in APAC during 2017 - 2025.

Major players in the global 3D printing market includes, TNO, 3D Systems, byFlow, Natural Machines, Systems And Materials Research Corporation, Beehex, Choc Edge, Modern Meadow, Nu Food and North branch Everbright among all the others.

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