CNN has named Lynette one of only seven “tech superheroes” to watch, and Fortune says she “wants to sell the 21st century’s version of the microwave” (As in, a device will revolutionize every kitchen, outpacing the functionality of the last kitchen revolution: the microwave.)
She believes that people would be healthier if everybody eats freshly made wholesome meals and snacks. But, it needs to be easier and faster for everyone to create healthy foods made with fresh ingredients. So she’s helping to build a new generation kitchen appliance. Lynette is a co-founder and CMO at Natural Machines, the makers of Foodini; the first 3D food printer + IoT (Internet of Things) kitchen appliance to contribute to a healthy eating lifestyle.
Foodini makes all kinds of savory and sweet foods, using fresh, real ingredients. Lynette is a senior marketing professional with international experience and a proven track record of full marketing responsibilities in companies ranging from startups to Fortune 500 organizations prior to Natural Machines she was at Microsoft. She is passionate about healthy eating, technology and ‘doing the right thing’. Weave that together with her tech and consumer professional background, and it all comes together for her at Natural Machines.
3D Food Printing and Opportunities for Seafood
Natural Machines are creating a new generation IoT kitchen appliance, a 3D food printer. We call it Foodini. It’s the world’s first 3D food printer making savory and sweet foods, using fresh, real ingredients. Fundamentally, Foodini contributes to a healthy eating lifestyle by helping people make fresh meals and snacks. Foodini will revolutionize every kitchen, outpacing the functionality of the last kitchen revolution: the microwave. We have created a new type of kitchen appliance that will enable anyone to incorporate 3D printing technologies to simplify and conveniently prepare fresher, exceptional delicious foods. We believe in contributing to a healthy eating lifestyle. Users are never forced to buy pre-filled food capsules. Foodini ships with empty stainless steel food capsules, and users can print with fresh, real ingredients, having total freedom and control over foods printed and in what form.