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From our Q&A with the startup that wants to organize the world’s food knowledge to organic grocery startup Good Eggs laying off 15% of its staff, 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.
Our round up of the crowdfunding and investor matching platforms that launched last year.
The two year old nutrition data startup has built a semantic food technology platform, which generates real time nutritional analysis of 1.5 million recipes.
Lisa Q. Fetterman has raised over $1.3 million through crowdfunding for her sous vide startup, Nomiku, and she wants to help you succeed, too. This intensive one-day bootcamp will be held in NYC on March 28, and the e-course will be available online in May.
The startup confirmed the downsizing as part of its plans to restructure the operations side of its business.
It’s a business that everyone seems to want in on, even though new data show it’s awfully hard to do profitably.
Ten-outlet New York City restaurant chain Dig Inn has raised $15 million. Who knew sweet potatoes and kale could be so lucrative?
Agtech are gaining investors’ attention, but convincing farmers to apply it to farming practices is a big challenge.
Investors included Point Nine Capital and Bertelsmann Digital Media Investments. It will use the funds to expand its team, build community and launch an Android app.