You won’t find their products in New York just yet, but this weekend only, you can try Farmer’s Fridge at Food Loves Tech.
New York-based Foodstand connects users in over 50 countries for both online and in-person activism.
C-Fu FOODS and One Hop Kitchen make everything from tofu and protein powders to ice cream and Bolognese sauce.
June’s built-in camera and internet connectivity lets the user connect with its iPhone and iPad App to double as a remote control.
We talk to the makers about hydration, personal health and the case for buying a $100 water bottle.
On June 10, Montreal-based In the Mouth will team up with Audi and chef José Andrés to design a one-of-a-kind meal.
In short, the Nima device acts like a pregnancy test for food.
ICRAVE has also designed Le District and portions of LaGuardia’s Delta terminals.
The hope is that this compound will reduce our reliance on animal-derived gelatins and maybe even the prevalence of antibiotic-resistant disease.
Employing aeroponics, AeroFarms is 75 times more productive annually than the average farm.
By changing the distribution model, San Francisco-based start-up JuiceBot says yes.
Milk, rhino horn, horseshoe crab blood and cultured leather are only a few animal products being made in labs these days.