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From Whole Foods’ big move into grocery delivery to why startups might eat the food world’s lunch, these are last week’s top food tech stories. Like what you read? Feast your eyes on the full roundup here. Or better yet, sign up for our newsletter and get the latest and greatest in food tech delivered to your inbox every week.
We chat with founder Josh Tetrick about building the world’s largest plant database and how Hampton Creek’s fulfilling its mission to make better food available to everyone.
A look at how restaurants and grocery stores can position themselves to stay relevant by taking advantage of mobile tech.
Food Tank highlights ten young foodies from around the world who make us more hopeful about the future of food.
This is part of a larger strategy to improve communications with customers.
The funding came from Moscow-based venture fund Life.SREDA, and the startup will use it to power its roll out across Eastern Europe.
The startup plans to use the undisclosed amount of funding to expand its customer base and ramp up production.
The Series A was led by Signia Venture Partners, Data Collective, Bessemer Venture Partners and Promus Ventures. The startup will use the funding for marketing and to bring on more coaches.
It’s time to move beyond meat animals, suggest an increasing number of advocates and entrepreneurs.