Creating complex candy designs will soon be as simple as clicking "print." A prototype of the first food -grade 3-D prin...

Creating complex candy designs will soon be as simple as clicking "print." A prototype of the first food -grade 3-D printer was on display at the Fancy Food Show, held at the Javits Center last week, along with a sample sugary skull it produced.

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