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From a look inside at how robots are revolutionizing small-scale farming to David Chang launching delivery-only restaurant Ando, these are last week’s top food tech and innovation stories. Like what you read? Feast your eyes on the full newsletter 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.
Brian Halweil of Edible Manhattan explores how the miniaturization of farm machinery is helping small, diverse farms run more efficiently.
DouxMatok has engineered a new form of the sugar that offers the same sugar experience in up to half the calories.
Users can order food, which includes a Chicken Philly Cheesesteak and three exclusive Christina Tossi cookies, on the app.
Instead of charging users a $5 booking fee, Reserve for Restaurants charges restaurants a $99 monthly rate.
It’s hoping to elbow out upstarts like Blue Apron by partnering with Tyson Foods to create a meal kit service through Amazon Fresh.
Its Happy Belly label would offer everything from cooking oil to tea, while its Wickedly Prime badge would focus on snacks.
A new white paper, ‘Beyond the Hype: How Agricultural Technology Wins Customers and Creates Value’, offers six suggestions to agtech startups.
The deal that would create the world’s largest supplier of seeds and farm chemicals.
Many of the claims made on supermarket labels are under heightened scrutiny.
Farmigo founder Benzi Ronen on how re-engineering the grocery distribution model will benefit eaters and producers and propel the good food revolution.