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The platform lets restaurants, commercial kitchens and food retailers, easily place orders with multiple local suppliers and farms.
Hack//Dining winner Rumble empowers students to have a voice in their campus dining experience, while providing institutions with actionable analytics on putting that feedback into practice.
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The Dutch private equity firm just announced its Sustainable Food Fund, a new €75 million impact investment fund focused solely on healthy and sustainable food.
Ten chefs employ various farming and gardening techniques to supply their eateries with fresh, seasonal food.
The airline has teamed up with AccelFoods to create a snack box of the accelerator’s startups’ products, including Exo cricket bars.
The share of the grocery market held by traditional supermarkets will fall to about 37 percent in 2018 from about 40 percent in 2013.
The funding came from Arthur Ventures, Cayuga Venture Fund and Armory Square Ventures and will be used to scale its teams, expand work with partners and extend its offering to more crops.
Food made up more than 20% of our overall garbage in 2012, which means we’re tossing more food than plastic, paper, metal, or glass.