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Zume Pizza cutting jobs

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Zume Pizza, Started four years ago in a Rex Manor industrial space, located at its Mountain View headquarters.

As reported by the San Jose Mercury News, “The company is now focusing on the packaging business and is “cutting 172 jobs in Mountain View, and eliminating another 80 jobs at its facility in San Francisco. The company expects some of these people will be able to apply for the 100 new jobs in its packaging business.”
According to Zume Pizza Chief Executive Alex Garden,” Zume Pizza is cutting 172 jobs in Mountain View and eliminating another 80 jobs at its facility in San Francisco.”

According to filings made with the state Employment Development Department, “Zume is terminating a total of 172 employees who worked out of the Mountain View headquarters at 250 Polaris Ave., as well as an additional 80 workers from the company’s San Francisco office. Other media outlets reported that 80 more Zume employees were let go from its office in Seattle. The total layoffs comprise 53% of Zume’s workforce, according to the company.”

 

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How 3D Printing, Vertical Farming

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According to van der Feltz, the Eindhoven High Tech Campus, a 90-minute train ride south of Amsterdam, You can create optimal growing conditions for the crop and you don’t need to wash it. The washing process damages the leaves and causes them to decay faster. Having the growth facility nearby decreases travel time and means the food will be fresher.”

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3D printed personalized nutrition

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According to Anrich3D, “Food is made into a paste and extruded through an extruder that can be fed with paste continuously. Multiple extruders working together can allow for multi-material printing. Thus, each ingredient can be dispensed in the precise amount according to the individual’s nutritional, aesthetic palatability requirement.”

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The 3D-Printed architectural pastry

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“Dinara Kasko creates highly artistic, edible cakes using 3D printers. In her talk, Dinara will tell us how she shifted from architecture to the baking industry! Dinara Kasko describes herself as an architectural pastry chef coming from Ukraine. She is creating highly artistic, edible cakes through the use of 3D printers. In her TEDx Talk, Dinara will tell her story about how she has shifted from architecture to the baking industry resulting in a combination of both fields.

Moreover, her professional career and the choices she made show that due to the emergence of new technologies people get the possibility to tap into completely new fields either in their personal life or in their work life. This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community.”

According to Ukrainian pastry chef Dinara Kasko (TedX talk) architectural pastry chef, Dmitri Shurygin, Shurygin Jonquils Café & Bakery, “It’s very interesting in terms of texture and flavor profile. What can be more beautiful than a cake?
Each dessert has up to six layers. The Lime Basil, for example, has lime jelly, marshmallow cream, cheese mousse, white sponge and coconut.”

 

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3D Printing News Alert(3D Printed Balanced food)(Vevor 3D Latte Coffee Printer)

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The idea to purchase the Vevor 3D Latte Coffee Printer came from the Creme’s owner, Adam Patterson, who was introduced to the idea while traveling in Israel, “Adam saw it in Israel, and he loved the idea, so he ordered one for here,” said the Creme’s general manager Ashley Vanover. When you come in, we can take your photo right there using a webcam, and then your photo prints on top of your drink. It was quite a process to get it running, I’m not going to lie, Cox said. I had to troubleshoot some of the programmings, and get some people to help me with it”.

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