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From Edible Impacts’ blueprint for eating organic on $6/Day, to how meal kit startups hope to change how America cooks and farms, 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.
A recap of our 6.16 “How Nutrition Tech Personalizes Eating” Meetup with Edamam, Ingredient1, Power Supply, Meals to Heal and HowGood.
Challenging the belief that healthy organic food is expensive and inaccessible, Edible Impacts cooked 3 meals a day on a low budget and templated the process.
This graphic illustrates the impact green food supply chain innovation, corporate sustainability initiatives and more can have on profits, people and the planet.
How meal delivery services hope to change how America cooks and farms.
The deal marks Love With Food’s second acquisition in the snack subscription space in the past year.
LAUNCH Fund led the round, with participation from Slow Ventures, 500 Startups Mobile Collective fund, FundersClub and some angel investors.
The round was led by Finistere Ventures, Innovation Endeavors and GreenSoil Investments. CropX will use the funds to be expand across the country.
Investors include Beecher’s Cheese owner Kurt Dammeier and former AllRecipes CEO Bill Moore. The funding will help grow its platform and team