Disrupted Food – from 3D printing to robotic food processing to insect farming

Advances in robotics create robots that will process food

iDisrupted Commentary

In the last 12 months we’ve seen positive disruption to the food business on a broad front – from the ability to 3D print food to insect farming and the use of big data for farming. Now we have a further step in the food chain – robotic food processing – as shown in this MIT Disrupted Food film.

The opportunity to solve the worlds food production problem is becoming real – food distribution may still be the biggest barrier but localisation of the technology may solve that issue as well.