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3D printed food: drink your breakfast, lunch and dinner

By 2025, more than one in five Europeans will be aged 65 or over. The EU has dedicated over €7 billion to tackle health issues, demographic change and well-being – and it’s produced a potential solution to the challenges of an ageing society: 3D printed food.

Location North America / Northern Europe / Western Europe

Scope
By 2025, more than one in five Europeans will be aged 65 or over. It’s likely to lead to a rise in issues in many different areas, particularly social and health – and with an already strained NHS system, the prospect looks bleak. But there’s hope on the horizon. The EU has dedicated over €7 billion to tackle health issues, demographic change and well-being – and it’s produced a potential solution to the challenges of an ageing society: 3D printed food. [1]

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