The Navarrese start-up Cocuus System Ibérica, specialised in 3D printing and the application of laser technology for the food industry, has opened a new R&D line aimed at technological development in the field of scaffolding,
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Cocuus System Ibérica, a company specialising in laser printing and processing applied to the food industry, is the winner of the Ingenia Startup award, organised by the Food for Life-Spain platform.
Food and Mambo has been awarded the prize for Best Catering 2020. Thanks to the EMA Music Awards MTV event, in which the audience was provided with technology developed by Cocuus.
Ten companies in the region have launched the NUTRI + project to develop food for the elderly and/or people with swallowing problems and other population groups with specific nutritional deficits.
Mila Valcárcel: In the case of Cocuus, for example, although the visible part is currently its activity in 3D food printing and laser technology, the motivation for its selection comes from its technological development in the field of scaffolding, which is basically where the cells are supported to grow in the production process [...].
Not so long ago it seemed like a distant future to imagine what the food of the future would look like, but more and more visionary startups and entrepreneurs are taking their passion for the food sector to the next level with innovation and disruptive ideas.
The Navarre-based company Cocuus, which specialises in research into the use of printers in the food sector, was awarded first prize in the Ingenia Startup competition this Tuesday as the most outstanding innovation of the year.
Imeanticipa, together with Bersey Consulting, and as a result of their usual collaboration, have coordinated the participation of the Navarrese company Cocuus, a gastronomic laboratory, as an international example of innovation,
To date, 3D printers have been seen capable of printing with certain food materials. There is even a Barcelona-based startup called Natural Machines that has created a printer called Foodini that can produce complete meals by mixing all kinds of raw materials that can fit through its nozzle.
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