The third week of our future of dining editorial series was a scorcher! Edible’s Brian Halweil explores three ways restaurants can improve sustainability, Applegate dives into how tech and hackathons can help “change the meat we eat,” Bon Appetit Management Company’s Bonnie Powell examines tech and food allergies and much more.
Have a gander at our rundown of week 3 below, complete with nifty quote images for your viewing (and social sharing) pleasure.
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Edible East End editor Brian Halweil explores how improving sourcing databases and dashboards could help make the hospitality industry more sustainable.
Bonnie Powell of BAMCO makes a case for buliding a food allergen detector accurate enough for the 15M Americans with life-threatening food allergies to use.
Q&A with Applegate on how tech and hackathons can empower small scale producers and customers and transform the foodservice industry.
The Vitality Commission chairman dives into how tech can transform workplace dining, including developing common metrics and over head systems and publishing company wide reports.
Created by the Institute for the Future, the map aims to start conversations about how new tech can be used to close important gaps in the food system.
Adam Salomone of The Harvard Common Press prompts hackers to tackle these areas of operations and management to fix the inefficient restaurant supply chain.