You know you’ve always wanted to 3D print gummy candies of yourself… or your enemies!

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Now You Can Print Your Own Gummy Candy at Dylan’s Candy Bar

Staff Writer
Dylan’s Candy Bar is bringing the world’s first-ever 3D printer specifically for candy to a sweets store near you

The latest craze in 3D printing is here: printable gummy candy. You know you’ve always wanted to chew on fruity candies of your own design and now you can, thanks to the world’s first food-safe candy 3D printer, brought to you by Dylan’s Candy Bar.

Katje's Magic Candy Factory — as it’s called — can create custom candy designs in under five minutes. With 100 different designs on hand, as well as the ability to write or draw on your candy design, these sweets sound straight out of Willy Wonka’s factory. You can even print greetings on your own edible gummy cards (what better way to say “Happy Father’s Day” than with a sugar rush?).

The gummies are vegan, gluten-free, and dairy-free for those worried about allergy information. But the price of “magical” convenience is pretty steep: $20 per print.

The 3D-printed gummies will launch at Dylan’s candy stores across the nation, culminating with an official nationwide launch on June 9 and 10. 

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