Gerd Funk, CEO, Print2Taste speaks to Catering News Middle East about his company’s 3D food-printing system, and why he is exhibiting at the first ever GulfHost.
What products are you highlighting at the event?
We are offering 3D food printing system, the Bocusini Pro 3.0 and the associated foods as well as the software environment needed to make successful food production on the customer side.
What’s innovative about the system?
It’s the first time the customer can individualise and personalise food on a very sophisticated level so this is the level where handcrafted items don’t work anymore.
Is that a trend across the market?
Definitely. Every company is looking for their logo and corporate ID – this is starting with text messages and is going up to visualised products in food. For example, a bridal couple might be created in almond paste on their wedding cake.
Is there anything else you’d like to add?
We are offering different 3D printable foods, including almond paste, chocolate, crème de cassis (fruit puree), pasta and fondant.
Visit Print2Taste in Hall 2, stand S2B5 at the Dubai World Trade Centre.
GulfHost, part of Dubai International Hospitality Week, is taking place at Dubai World Trade Centre from 18 – 20 September.