Ever since the 1950's, home chefs and housewives have been looking at ways of making their lives easier. Initially, it began with the first automatic coffee pot and now today, you can make your own soft drinks using Sodastream.
But now, an ingenious company could be just about to fulfill our sweetest sweet tooth desires. In much the same way that Sodastream brought soft drinks to the kitchen, this new 3D candy printer could give us or gummy desires. In reality, it's unlikely that our homes will have one of these devices any time soon, but for commercial bakers it could add a whole new level of design to cakes. The Magic Candy Factory is the brainchild of Bastian Fassin, CEO of Katjes and Melissa Snover, founder of organic confectionery brand Goody Good Stuff and is thought to be the first consumer 3D food printer. Initially, for its beta phase, it make its debut in Berlin for eight weeks during September and October 2015 but, the future plan is to roll it out to shopping malls where in five minutes, a 10 gram printed gummy design is completed.