Printers can print directly onto cakes, cookies, candies, bread, tortillas – even small marshmallows, according to Lon Riley, COO of LogoJET.
Anthony Locicero, Deputy Editor-in-Chief04.12.21
LogoJET recently launched two food safe printers – the FSR30 and the FSR90. The company had beta-tested the printers – built on the same industrial platform as its UV printer – with internationally renowned candy and cookie makers, according to LogoJET CEO Susan Cox. “The concept of printing in food using LogoJET printers started in 2018 and it was immediately proven by several customers and food applications,” said Oscar Granados, LogoJET sales manager. “The FSR30 and FSR90 are the result of the development process of a purely edible model. printer with its respective inks fully compliant with the regulations, which began in 2019. “There is a reason it took a while to reach the market.” Entering the food world requires regulatory knowledge of high level, “said Granados.” Over the past few years we have developed this skill set. »The printers use full CMYK printing, creating beautiful