For two days, nearly 100 food innovators convened at Food Loves Tech to share how technology will transform our food chain very soon.
The World Health Organization reports that this year alone, 4.3 million people will die prematurely due to inhaling the toxic pollution from unsafe open hearth stoves—10,000 people every day.
We chatted with Oliso to learn more about their cutting-edge kitchen tech, which is partly inspired by Heston Blumenthal.
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.
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.
In short, the Nima device acts like a pregnancy test for food.
Presenting sponsor Audi, the food team at Google, and chefs José Andrés and Marcus Samuelsson join us next month for Food Loves Tech.