3D Foodprinting, from texture and ingredients to applications

A JakajimaTV interview with Nina Hoff, CEO and co-founder of byFlow, hosted by Pieter Hermans.

3D Food Printing is a technology that has been out there since 2006. Since then, not only the technology but also the applications have evolved.

About Nina Hoff
Nina Hoff is the CEO of byFlow – an innovative company specialized in 3D Food Printing. When in 2015 her brother, Floris Hoff, showed to her his own developed 3D Printer, she immediately saw business in the product and together with her brother and father, founded byFlow. As Nina has an educational background and prior experience in business & management, she decided to take the lead within the company. Since then, byFlow has opened up the 3D Food Printing market with their first product, a 3D Food Printer called “the Focus”, and has been constantly working towards growing the company.

About byFlow
byFlow, founded in the Netherlands as a family business in 2015, is one of the globally leading companies in the growing market of 3D Food Printing.

It’s our mission to change the way food is prepared and experienced, aiming to contribute to a more sustainable world. We develop and sell 3D Printing Technology which enables professionals to create customized shapes, textures and flavors, by using fresh ingredients or ingredients that otherwise would have been thrown away.

Our product – the Focus 3D Food Printer – is portable, easy to maintain and easy to use, thus accessible to everyone. It is available for sale on a common market and is already being used by Top Chefs like Jan Smink, Caterers, Bakeries, Chocolatiers and Food Designers, who want to experiment with shapes and amaze their customers. Besides professionals from the Food Industry, we cooperates with resellers and R&D centers of Multinational companies, searching with them for further development and applicability of the technology.
While our main focus is selling and developing the Focus 3D Food Printer, we are also active in the field of services. Answering the increasing interest in 3D Food Printing, we give demonstrations and workshops, on both public and private events.
The possibilities of 3D Food Printing are endless – just Think, Design, Create and EAT!

Nina Hoff will be speaking at the 3D Food Printing Conference.

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