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Food Startups in the Climate of Coronavirus

Exhibitors at Expo West, which usually attracts over 85,000 people, were left gutted last month when the event was cancelled as ...
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Covid-19 crisis and food systems

With the spread of COVID-19 we find ourselves plunged into a global health crisis. By most accounts we are only ...
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New EU rules on natural flavours in organic products

Organic products have seen a rise in popularity over recent years as consumers become more conscious about the products they ...
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Berry producers commit to 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025

Dive Brief: Berry growers and trade associations across North America just announced an industry-wide goal to use 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025 ...
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This company makes food from thin air

Helsinki, Finland (CNN)In Finland, scientists are making an entirely new ingredient out of air, water and electricity -- and they ...
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An App to lower your Carbon Footprint while shopping

Like the popular fitness apps, which help users track their exercise activities, food intake and more, an app called Evocco ...
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China Targets the Coronavirus and Farmers Pay the Price

The government’s efforts to stop the outbreak could push the country’s already struggling small businesses over the edge. The fifth ...
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Millenial parents exploring new baby food

As someone who thinks a lot about how society eats but doesn’t have kids, I can only imagine that now ...
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The Present and Future of Food Tech Investment Opportunities

There is no bigger industry on our planet than food and agriculture, with a consistent, loyal customer base of 7 ...
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Emerging trends shaping the future of food

The challenges and opportunities facing the food and agricultural industry are spurring a wave of innovation. Here, we look at ...
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Crossing the Billion dollar mark in funding for Female Entrepreneurs

Venture funding has a gender inequality problem: female founders get only 2.2% of venture capital dollars in 2018. But there is a ...
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The Greta Thunberg Generation

On a sunny afternoon in late summer, Roger Pallás, a 22-year-old Catalan student with blond hair and a wiry build, ...
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Millenials incorporate plant-based food in their diet

Plant based foods is the diet having a moment. Food brands, restaurants, meal-delivery kits, public schools, even presidential candidates are all talking plant-based foods ...
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How Grocery “Happy Hour” is combatting food waste

HELSINKI, Finland — “Happy hour” at the S-market store in the working-class neighborhood of Vallila happens far from the liquor ...
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Scaling Up the Food Waste Fight in Your Local Retail Spaces

Attention to reducing food waste at the household level is growing globally with an extensive body of research quantifying its impacts. Thirty three percent of food ...
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There are big opportunities in the era of Femtopia

Silicon Valley has been ridiculed for its infamous culture of “Brotopia.” But major cultural shifts are ushering in an era ...
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After 10 years of rapid growth – what does organic mean today?

Organic food means many different things to many people. Some point to organic certification as the gold standard to reducing ...
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5 Startups that are changing the way we think about food

The food industry is evolving. Gone are the days where the only way to get groceries was to take a trip ...
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Startups are pushing big companies to think outside the box

Recently, Food Tank, Seeds & Chips, and Mondelēz International co-hosted a panel in Milan, Italy, featuring Danielle Gould, Founder and CEO of Food+Tech Connect; ...
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Will people eat lab-grown insects in the future

Over half of U.S. consumers say that they would not eat food made with cricket flour. Only a third of diners in the U.S ...
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Food Startups in the Climate of Coronavirus

Exhibitors at Expo West, which usually attracts over 85,000 people, were left gutted last month when the event was cancelled as ...
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Covid-19 crisis and food systems

With the spread of COVID-19 we find ourselves plunged into a global health crisis. By most accounts we are only ...
Read More

New EU rules on natural flavours in organic products

Organic products have seen a rise in popularity over recent years as consumers become more conscious about the products they ...
Read More

Berry producers commit to 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025

Dive Brief: Berry growers and trade associations across North America just announced an industry-wide goal to use 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025 ...
Read More

This company makes food from thin air

Helsinki, Finland (CNN)In Finland, scientists are making an entirely new ingredient out of air, water and electricity -- and they ...
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An App to lower your Carbon Footprint while shopping

Like the popular fitness apps, which help users track their exercise activities, food intake and more, an app called Evocco ...
Read More

China Targets the Coronavirus and Farmers Pay the Price

The government’s efforts to stop the outbreak could push the country’s already struggling small businesses over the edge. The fifth ...
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Millenial parents exploring new baby food

As someone who thinks a lot about how society eats but doesn’t have kids, I can only imagine that now ...
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The Present and Future of Food Tech Investment Opportunities

There is no bigger industry on our planet than food and agriculture, with a consistent, loyal customer base of 7 ...
Read More

Emerging trends shaping the future of food

The challenges and opportunities facing the food and agricultural industry are spurring a wave of innovation. Here, we look at ...
Read More

Food Startups in the Climate of Coronavirus

Exhibitors at Expo West, which usually attracts over 85,000 people, were left gutted last month when the event was cancelled as ...
Read More

Covid-19 crisis and food systems

With the spread of COVID-19 we find ourselves plunged into a global health crisis. By most accounts we are only ...
Read More

New EU rules on natural flavours in organic products

Organic products have seen a rise in popularity over recent years as consumers become more conscious about the products they ...
Read More

Berry producers commit to 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025

Dive Brief: Berry growers and trade associations across North America just announced an industry-wide goal to use 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025 ...
Read More

This company makes food from thin air

Helsinki, Finland (CNN)In Finland, scientists are making an entirely new ingredient out of air, water and electricity -- and they ...
Read More

An App to lower your Carbon Footprint while shopping

Like the popular fitness apps, which help users track their exercise activities, food intake and more, an app called Evocco ...
Read More

China Targets the Coronavirus and Farmers Pay the Price

The government’s efforts to stop the outbreak could push the country’s already struggling small businesses over the edge. The fifth ...
Read More

Millenial parents exploring new baby food

As someone who thinks a lot about how society eats but doesn’t have kids, I can only imagine that now ...
Read More

The Present and Future of Food Tech Investment Opportunities

There is no bigger industry on our planet than food and agriculture, with a consistent, loyal customer base of 7 ...
Read More

Emerging trends shaping the future of food

The challenges and opportunities facing the food and agricultural industry are spurring a wave of innovation. Here, we look at ...
Read More

5 Startups that are changing the way we think about food

The food industry is evolving. Gone are the days where the only way to get groceries was to take a trip ...
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Cost of food

What’s the Real Cost of our Food?

Typically, agricultural productivity is generally measured by yield and cost per hectare. This metric, however, provides us with an incomplete ...
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Food Startups in the Climate of Coronavirus

Exhibitors at Expo West, which usually attracts over 85,000 people, were left gutted last month when the event was cancelled as ...
Read More

Covid-19 crisis and food systems

With the spread of COVID-19 we find ourselves plunged into a global health crisis. By most accounts we are only ...
Read More

New EU rules on natural flavours in organic products

Organic products have seen a rise in popularity over recent years as consumers become more conscious about the products they ...
Read More

Berry producers commit to 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025

Dive Brief: Berry growers and trade associations across North America just announced an industry-wide goal to use 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025 ...
Read More

This company makes food from thin air

Helsinki, Finland (CNN)In Finland, scientists are making an entirely new ingredient out of air, water and electricity -- and they ...
Read More

An App to lower your Carbon Footprint while shopping

Like the popular fitness apps, which help users track their exercise activities, food intake and more, an app called Evocco ...
Read More

China Targets the Coronavirus and Farmers Pay the Price

The government’s efforts to stop the outbreak could push the country’s already struggling small businesses over the edge. The fifth ...
Read More

Millenial parents exploring new baby food

As someone who thinks a lot about how society eats but doesn’t have kids, I can only imagine that now ...
Read More

The Present and Future of Food Tech Investment Opportunities

There is no bigger industry on our planet than food and agriculture, with a consistent, loyal customer base of 7 ...
Read More

Emerging trends shaping the future of food

The challenges and opportunities facing the food and agricultural industry are spurring a wave of innovation. Here, we look at ...
Read More

Food Startups in the Climate of Coronavirus

Exhibitors at Expo West, which usually attracts over 85,000 people, were left gutted last month when the event was cancelled as ...
Read More

Covid-19 crisis and food systems

With the spread of COVID-19 we find ourselves plunged into a global health crisis. By most accounts we are only ...
Read More

New EU rules on natural flavours in organic products

Organic products have seen a rise in popularity over recent years as consumers become more conscious about the products they ...
Read More

Berry producers commit to 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025

Dive Brief: Berry growers and trade associations across North America just announced an industry-wide goal to use 100% recycle-ready packaging by 2025 ...
Read More

This company makes food from thin air

Helsinki, Finland (CNN)In Finland, scientists are making an entirely new ingredient out of air, water and electricity -- and they ...
Read More

An App to lower your Carbon Footprint while shopping

Like the popular fitness apps, which help users track their exercise activities, food intake and more, an app called Evocco ...
Read More

China Targets the Coronavirus and Farmers Pay the Price

The government’s efforts to stop the outbreak could push the country’s already struggling small businesses over the edge. The fifth ...
Read More

Millenial parents exploring new baby food

As someone who thinks a lot about how society eats but doesn’t have kids, I can only imagine that now ...
Read More

The Present and Future of Food Tech Investment Opportunities

There is no bigger industry on our planet than food and agriculture, with a consistent, loyal customer base of 7 ...
Read More

Emerging trends shaping the future of food

The challenges and opportunities facing the food and agricultural industry are spurring a wave of innovation. Here, we look at ...
Read More

This company makes food from thin air

Helsinki, Finland (CNN)In Finland, scientists are making an entirely new ingredient out of air, water and electricity -- and they ...
Read More
Transplanter

Vertical Farms run by Robots: The Future of Indoor Agriculture

Back in the good old days, farming was easy. Throw some seeds in the ground, keep it watered, pray to ...
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Virtual Reality

Can Virtual Reality Make Food Taste Better?

A Cornell University study has shown that even VR environments can change our perception of taste. If you order a lasagne while dining ...
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edible bar codes

6 Technologies That Could Shake The Food World

Printed meals, edible bar codes and facial-recognition technology for cows, a machine that prints chicken nuggets, fake shrimp made out ...
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Indira Nooyi

Indra Nooyi to Step Down as PepsiCo’s CEO

One of the world’s most influential women in business and most prominent female CEO, and PepsiCo’s fifth CEO in its ...
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