We ask leading foodtech investor and Food Loves Tech curatorial adviser Brian Frank why he thinks the sector’s ripe for financing.
From the fridge to the plate, Innit’s software relays ingredient information and recipes to your cooking devices to prepare consistently delicious meals.
We talk to the beloved website’s founders about how they harness the power of community and technology to inspire people everywhere to eat thoughtfully.
Consumers can use that data delivered to their mobile device via SproutsIO to determine how their crops are grown.
With success, the meal delivery app partners with over 2,000 vendors—some who sell exclusively through the app—in seventeen different cities across the country.
Booster helps small farmers harness weather and climate data to make informed business decisions about managing their crops and yields.
Deepti Sharma Kapur uses tech and catering menus to forge economically stronger and better-informed food communities.
Memory Bites records notes around set meal “events,” which can then be sorted using different parameters.
The sustainability-minded caterer already boasts over 80 regular clients all over Manhattan.
Each Christmas, the shortcrust mince pie was the one testament to the inner fires of post-Victorian convection that stirred my grandmother.
miLES helps secure space across the city for independent projects and businesses to host everything from short-term storefronts to pop-up dinners.
Is it possible for an exclusive gathering to resemble a community more than a club? Tasting Collective thinks so.