Barilla Envisions A World Of 3D-Printed Pasta Restaurants

Barilla Envisions A World Of 3D-Printed Pasta Restaurants

Penne and rigatoni could soon come in many more shapes and sizes thanks to potential new technology.

Ross Brooks
  • 13 january 2014

Barilla is the world’s leading pasta producer, and they’ve been working hard over the past two years with a Dutch research company called TNO to try and create the perfect 3D-printer for pasta. If the printers became a regular feature of restaurants around the world, it could mean dishes that feature pasta of all shapes and sizes.

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