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Are we at the beginning of a foodpocalypse? What is the future of digital farming? Can we produce dairy from floating farms?Read about all of this and more in last week’s top food tech and innovation stories.
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We are thrilled to announce the 10 food, agribusiness, beverage & tech startups that will demo at FoodBytes! San Francisco.
Is there a foodpocalypse underway? Not just yet. While companies like Dinner Lab and Kitchit have shuttered, $2.02B was invested in food tech startups in March & April, although a large portion of that is due to Ele.me’s $1.2B raise. Read more about Brita’s thoughts on the future of food tech.
The Organic Coup, the first organic fast-food chain run by two former Costco execs, raised $7M in a round by Costco founder Jim Sinegal to expand the chain.
An look inside how startups like Upserve are creating new ways to use big data and analytics to update both the restaurant operator and the diner experience.
Cultivating an independent grocery space can be challenging, but a group of retailers are building a collaborative to change the conversation.
At the MIT Media Lab, a team of engineers, architects, urban planners, economists, and scientists are on a mission to revolutionize and digitize agriculture.
We can save billions of dollars annually by using DNA sequencing and Big Data to identify food safety issues and stop food recalls, says Clear Labs.
The Floating Farm will be home to 60 urban dairy cows that will produce local milk, cheese, cream, butter, and yogurt.