With 3D printers becoming more and more affordable, they're being used to make everything from shoes to lamps and musical instruments. Now a Spanish start-up has gone even further, recently unveiling a 3D printer to create food.
Would mass-produced chicken be happier experiencing virtual reality? Would it be easier to eat worms if they looked like a meatloaf? Food Revolution 5.0, a new exhibition in Berlin, explores the future of food.
Are cow's milk and wheat unhealthy? Complete nonsense, says nutritionist Martijn Katan. He unmasked to DW the biggest myths and false claims about our food.
Police have cleared a crowd of 4,000 people looking for cheap burgers in the German city of Wiesbaden. Organizers said they didn't expect so many people when they offered a rap show and some patties for a cent.
Will Turkish meatballs now fill the plates of hungry shoppers at Swedish furniture giant Ikea? News that Sweden's iconic dish came from the Ottoman Empire set off a social media flurry that drew in a German politician.
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