CT scanners have long been
helping doctors detect
possible risks for our health,
but scientists are now using them
to screen our food as well. At the
University of Leuven (KULeuven),
the MeBioS research team are
leading a European project that
provides a unique 3D view of the
interior of fruit and vegetables.
The insights offer the possibility
not only to check and improve the
quality of our daily meals, but also to
experiment with new food products
made by 3D food printers.