Rabobank, a traditional rural bank from Holland, has its finger on the companies hacking our food chain and they’re coming to New York next week.
After Obama’s address in Milan, food and ag sustainability experts Danielle Nierenberg and Danielle Gould assess this powerful—and still very young—space.
If you don’t already, chances are you’ll be eating more produce from indoor farms in the near future. Learn what that means.
One of the newest local players who are betting vertical farming combined with technology can reimagine and improve modern agriculture.
Making milk coveted by Eleven Madison Park and Agern, Back to the Future Farm is the only New York dairy using a revolutionary pasteurization technique.
While Mixing Bowl Hub’s FOOD:IT was a similar experience to the many pitch events we’ve attended in New York City, there were two marked differences.
With Seedsheets’ technology, a farmer planted 50 feet of cucumbers in 27 seconds.
We saw a device that identifies pathogens in minutes, a sensor that detects spoilage and app that tells you what your house plant needs.
From the fridge to the plate, Innit’s software relays ingredient information and recipes to your cooking devices to prepare consistently delicious meals.
I can see all sorts of good, but I also wonder if all this tech isn’t just putting us one more screen farther from our food.
With succinct pitches from expert panelists and plenty of pointed queries from the audience, the recent conference’s discussions were full of insights.
Booster helps small farmers harness weather and climate data to make informed business decisions about managing their crops and yields.