Beyond food and discussion, Jenn de la Vega’s “MASARAP, a comfort food exhibition” offers curated food-related games, a special board game night and live DJ sets.
We ask leading foodtech investor and Food Loves Tech curatorial adviser Brian Frank why he thinks the sector’s ripe for financing.
These New York-based campaigns aim to spread entomophagy, launch a “Breaking Bad”-themed coffee lab and more.
Returning soon: summer rolls with smoked tofu and quinoa.
Barnraiser has a plan to close the potential gap between the funders and the funded.
You have another ten days to donate anywhere from $1 to $5,000 (and if you do donate the $5,000 and need a friend to bring to the Christina Tosi baking lesson, we’ll be happy to join you.)
So you want to launch a food company? As author Amy Cortese laid plain in our innovations issue, the city is suddenly crowded with resources to help.
It’s never been a better time to be a food entrepreneur.
Why you should invest in the new print project called Short Stack right now.
Innovators in bread, mushrooms, and on the table.
Food entrepreneurs get a boost from Kickstarter.
When Hurricane Sandy’s surge waters attacked the Brooklyn water front, they didn’t just threaten human lives. More than a dozen hives on a pier in the Navy Yard served as the home base for NYC’s largest commercial apiary, the result of years of effort and a successful $22,000 Kickstarter project by Brooklyn Grange. By the time Sandy’s waters had receded, only a few of the hives remained. Most had floated away.