At last night’s Museum of Food and Drink-sponsored panel, very little was black and white.
The latest phase of this invasion arrives October 15, when hordes of nerdy farmers descend for Indoor Ag-Con.
True to its aim, the summit showcased how technology already creates efficiencies and connections within the global hospitality industry.
The convention lasts for one day and includes keynote addresses on topics ranging from global resource scarcity to the role of chefs and consumers.
If the logistics can stay equally streamlined, this farm-fresh grocery delivery startup might have a shot.
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What becomes clear when you survey the frothy, churning plains of foodtech is that things are moving wicked fast.
When Google, Amazon and the White House want to talk food and technology, they call Danielle Gould.
Unilever — maker of blockbuster brands like Lipton, Knorr, Vaseline, Skippy, Dove, Klondike and Slimfast — is in a tizzy over a groundbreaking, data-driven maker of mayo. And the debate is only starting.