It’s been an action-packed year for the food tech and innovation sector. From twenty-one food and agriculture investment funds launching in 2014, to why Good Eggs couldn’t scale, to and inside look at thirteen ground-breaking protein startups, these are our most popular stories from the past year.
Ever popular with our community, this monthly series explores the most interesting acquisitions, financings and partnerships within the food tech and media ecosystem. It offers insights on the latest funding and growth trends, and covers everything from digital content and grocery to e-commerce and mobile payments.
We explore Phil Lempert’s 2015 food trends through a food tech lens, including the rise of grocery delivery, increased nutrition transparency and the social supermarket.
The number of new food and agriculture investment funds nearly doubled from 2013 to 2014. Here’s a rundown of the food and agriculture funds that launched in 2014.
Three lessons learned from Good Eggs’ decision to shut down operations in Brooklyn, Los Angeles and New Orleans.
From a voice-activated oven and a cooking robot to an organic food sensor, here are some of the most futuristic smart kitchen devices from CES 2015.
Lawrence Williams of USHFC explores how startups like Dig Inn, Plated, Blue Apron, Feastly and Shophouse are revolutionizing the foodservice industry.
An inside look at the companies that are pioneering sustainable animal protein alternatives to feed the world. Meet some of them in person at our 10.1 Meetup.
These kick-ass organizations are building and nurturing good food innovation by supporting entrepreneurs and creating platforms for collaboration.
We speak with Flow Hive to learn more about why their Indigogo crowdfunding campaign has been so successful.
Jennifer Goggin of FarmersWeb makes a case for applying Uber’s on-demand model to local food distribution, in order to catalyze a healthier future.