From Printer to Plate: How Might 3D Food Printing Transform the Grocery Store?
By definition, innovation brings disruption. 3D food printing is converging with the demography and culture of convenience. From fast moving Millennials, to Boomers who seek hassle-free living, 3D food printing may change not just how we eat, but how we buy what we eat. What might the convergence of this new technology and the disruptive demographics of convenience mean for the future of the grocery store?
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Australian man in New Zealand's Christchurch mosque attacks charged with murder
Source: Xinhua| 2019-03-16 08:11:46| Editor: Shi Yinglun Video Player Close Media crews wait in front of a court in Christchurch, New Zealand, on March 16, 2019. A 28-year-old man was due to appear in a court in Christchurch on Saturday morning, in connection with the mass shootings in the New Zealand city on Friday. (Xinhua/Li Huizi)
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