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Michael Pollan and Mark Bittman explore how creating a national food policy could save millions of lives. Whole Foods credits its partnership with Instacart for recent sales growth. These are last week’s top food tech news stories. Like what you read? Feast your eyes on the full roundup here. Or better yet, sign up for Food+Tech Bytes and get the latest and greatest in food tech delivered to your inbox every week.
Bplans’ graphic explores the differences between VC funding, angel investment, crowdfunding and loans and is chock-full of helpful fundraising tips for food startups.
Our own Danielle Gould chats about how the internet is rapidly changing how we buy, cook, eat and share our food in this FastCo. video along side Blue Apron, Serious Eats and The League of Kitchens.
The app-based service launches early next year, promising delivery within 15 minutes.
Unilever has a beef with San Francisco-based food startup Hampton Creek—and it’s all about eggs. Well actually, a lack of eggs.
The growth of online grocery shopping, a preference toward craft foods, fermented foods and smoked flavors top the list.
Mark Bittman, Michael Pollan, Ricardo Salvador and Olivier De Schutter on why creating a food policy must be a national priority.
Existing customers are shopping more, it’s attracting new customers and Whole Foods can push promos directly to customers via mobile.
It offers growers better control over their oranges, apples, etc. through efficient data collection tech and intuitive monitoring software.