Looks like Hogwarts has ventured into a new business, Magic Candy Factory - is a 3D printing candy machine which debuted at Dylan's Candy Bar.
The Magic Candy Factory is the world’s first 3D gummy candy printer which gives the customer’s imagination all the power and allow them to create truly customized & delicious gifts and treats.
The incredibly dedicated team at Katjes Fassin UK Ltd, led by Melissa Snover, has been working for many months to create a way for children of all ages to be able to create all of their hearts desires.
Their Magical design application allows anyone to create shapes, write messages and even draw their own custom candies and watch them come to life before their eyes in less than 5 minutes!
All of the dazzling gummies which come from the Magic Candy Factory are vegan, gluten-free & dairy free. They are made with vegetable based gelling agents and all natural fruit and vegetable extracts to create something as natural as it is delicious.
Since the debut of the Magic Candy Factory they have been honored to receive the following awards as recognition for the innovations that they have brought to market. The Magic Candy Factory is the world’s first 3D gummy candy printer which gives the customer’s imagination all the power and allow them to create truly customized & delicious gifts and treats.
Costing at $20 the customer can design his / her own can, pick their favorite flavor and watch the magic happen right in front of their eyes.
3D food printing has been in may experimental and prototyping stages for years, this is the first time it has entered the retail market.
"[The computer] prints 35,000 lines of code," said Melissa Snover and took 18 months to design and build.
The possibilities are endless, the 3D printer can be rented out for parties and baby showers, and to be used for guest invitations and party favors. Take a selfie and print it out, you can make various animals, in your own favorite flavors and then eat it of course.
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