Veganz Wants You to Drink 2D Printed Plant-Based Milk
2D-printed milk may soon be sold in your local supermarket thanks to Veganz, a German food brand that has acquired a license for a patented 2D-printing process of oat, almond, soy and other plant-based milk alternatives.
Utilizing two-dimensional high-speed printing technology developed by US-based tech company Vitiprints, Veganz is enabled to 2D-print vegan milk that is said to be healthier and an environmentally superior alternative to regular milk.
Veganz’s market-ready and patent-protected 2D vegan milk takes the form of printed sheets, discs or pads that are designed to be easily and quickly transformed at home into fresh, high-quality, and healthy milk alternatives.
According to Veganz, their 2D vegan milk sheets and discs can be mixed with a standard blender adding just water. The pads are simply dropped and mixed into coffee and other beverages.
Depending on desired final product flavour, various ingredients used range from oats, almonds or soy with optional sugar, gluten, fillers, and preservatives.
“This innovative new process will enable Veganz not only to produce a superior tasting product but will dramatically reduce the standard milk footprint at retail and beyond,” says Andrew Ferber, Chairman of Vitiprints. “We look forward to working together and introducing the Vitiprints technology in Europe with a great partner like Veganz and introduce an all-new standard in the food and beverage marketplace.”
“The Vitiprints license for printed milk alternatives will allow us to leverage a leading-edge printing technology, helping us address consumer needs in a healthy, green and sustainable way, while at the same time enabling us to expand our portfolio of products into new target markets,” says Jan Bredack, founder and CEO of Veganz Group AG. “We are incredibly excited that our new printed products will offer environmentally superior, great tasting and even heathier alternatives that our customers look for in every Veganz product they purchase.”
Source: Setting Mind