3D Jelly: from two-dimensionality to three-dimensionality
Fruit gums and jellies are available in a wide range of shapes. Traditional Jellies are produced by depositing a jelly mass into a starch bed or in a silicone mould. This traditional production process does not allow for 3-dimensional shapes and every product has at least one flat side (so-called ‘flat-back jellies’).
The new 3D jelly production technology, on the other hand, makes it possible to create a completely 3-dimensional product, without a flat side, depositing hole, ridges or folding edges. This represents an innovation for the confectionery market.