Malnutrition due to poor appetite and difficulty chewing and swallowing is common among the elderly. To stay both healthy and happy as we age or find it difficult to chew and swallow food, we need food components that are both nutritious and keep their shape and consistency when heated.



Through 3D technology, we can produce healthy and appetizing meals that are tailored to individual needs.


Through the project "Future goals", Helsingborg's elderly care has been paired with food developers and innovators in 3D technology. The project places small, user-friendly 3D printers in cooking kitchens in elderly care.

Read more about the project or contact us to know more about how we test 3D-printed food.


Name: Johan Müllern-Aslpegren
E-mail: Johan.Mullern-Aspegren@helsingborg.se