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From Kitchit’s 3 rules for building a successful food startup to an inside look at the supermarket of the future, these are last week’s top food tech news and innovation 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.
On-demand grocery, Gen Z foodies, health-focused hardware & much more. Here’s what to expect from food next year.
From working smarter to never compromising your vision even while fundraising, Kitchit co-founder Brendan Marshall shares his greatest food startup lessons.
The inaugural class of the FOOD-X business accelerator program include websites, apps, and delivery services.
Edible Brooklyn talks with Mike Lee of Studio Industries about its new project The Future Market, the grocery store of the future.
The funding came from Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff, Facebook co-founder Eduardo Saverin, Braintree founder Bryan Johnson and more. It will put the funds towards building out its plant database, a new office space and R&D.
Carl’s Jr. will roll out the menu item at 1,150 locations on Dec. 17, but it might be too good to be true.
Investors in this round included Y-Combinator Chief Sam Altman and previous investors Hyde Park, Huron River, and Drive Capital. FarmLogs plans to use the proceeds to invest in product development and expand its team.
Researches are looking for new ways to treat severe food allergies in children and adults with the goal of developing a cure.