Retailing for $199, the Grow Duo planter comes with soil, seeds, nutrients and an app.
What do we mean when we talk about agrifood tech? We take a look a this new complex industry.
Beyond the Shoreline is betting seaweed will be the snack of the future.
Most kids today are at least a generation removed from the farm. A new app is helping helping kids understand where their food comes from.
How to save the taste of summer.
With so much waste along the food supply chain, there’s plenty of opportunity for tech to intervene.
Our Name Is Farm, a New York-based consulting firm, looks to tech to help bring down the cost of this highly perishable product.
The New York business is launching bazaar and e-commerce store this month where people across the country can purchase the ingredients.
Patagonia’s well known for their rigorous textile sustainability standards; this philosophy now extends to their food line, too.
Revivalist local food delivery services like Manhattan Milk are facing increasingly crowded and unnerving competition among tech and grocery companies.
Located inside a former mattress factory in Newburgh, NY, Eco Shrimp Garden contains 24 indoor saltwater tanks as well as four nurseries.
It costs about $150 a day for a breakfast, a snack, lunch, dinner and dessert from Food Matters NYC.