Candylicious launches 3D printed gummy candy

Candylicious is hosting the world’s first 3D gummy printer called the Magic Candy Factory, until May only!

Candy in an array of flavors, shapes and customized details created on the spot in less than 5 minutes through state of the art, first of its kind: 3D food printer(s). Plus it is ready to eat in under ten minutes, unlike conventionally produced gummy candy that needs three days to set.

Bringing sweet dreams to life through state of the art 3D printing technology powered by 100% vegan, halal, non-GMO, dairy and nut-free all-natural ingredients.

The Magic Candy Factory unveils 20 fun designs from octopuses, keys, hearts, pyramids, starfishes, frogs , butterflies and snowflakes. As for flavors: cherry, tropical, lemon, mango, apple and strawberry are just some of the flavors on offer. There’s even a special lemon mint flavor in the works for the Dubai store.

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There are also “Candylicious Exclusive” shapes such as sharks, stingrays, dinos and the Dubai skyline.

Trying out the machine was heaps of fun and not to mention easy to use. I was also surprised by the comparatively small size of the printers! 3D printers are generally huge, and it turns out so was this initially – this is the 3rd upgraded table top version that really does print your design in under 5 minutes and tastes delicious.

I decided to get a BTS butterfly printed just ’cause I’m super hyped up for KCON Abu Dhabi and what a better way than with gummy candy. Check out the video above.

With an initial launch price of AED 50, and regular price AED 65 per delicious concoction, catch this marvel while you can it’s here until May 2016!

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