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From a case for the coming food bubble, to agtech investment exploding in Q1 2015, to a roundup of the best food events, these are last week’s top 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.
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Our top food tech event picks for Spring and Summer 2015, including conferences, panels, Meetups and much more.
Expo Milano’s Feeding the Accelerator Curator explores how moving from silos to ecosystems, closed labs to open innovation is critical for a better future.
Peretz Partensky of Sourcery explores how new tech and decentralized business models are tackling the least transparent part of our food system: the supply chain.
Join us this Wednesday from 7-10 for a benefit/celebration of local food hero Jimmy Carbone. 100% OF THE PROCEEDS will go to Jimmy’s No.43.
Is food tech in the throws of a dot-com era bubble? What will the landscape look like when it bursts? Robyn Metcalfe of The Food Lab explores.
Amazon’s launch of Dash might be the best look we’ve had so far into how Amazon thinks about omnichannel.
Q1 came in with over $1 billion disclosed investment dollars across 79 deals—a 122 percent jump from Q1 last year, with a 44 percent increase in deal volume.
Do crickets really have the potential to be the new beef? Not yet, according to a new study published in the journal PLOS ONE.