It may seem like a thing of the future, but you could soon be able to make your own “printed” 3D chocolates. Researchers at the University of Exeter have developed a 3D printer that uses chocolate instead of ink or plastic.
Although the machine is only a prototype at the moment, several retailers have expressed interest. Chocolate lovers could design their own chocolate creations online – whether written messages or doodles and have them delivered directly.
Read the full BBC news article Printer produces personalised 3D chocolate.