Arturo Tanus started his job in April 2016 when Chipotle was desperately trying to bring customers back after more than 450 people got sick with food-borne illnesses between August 2015 and February 2016.
Agriculture data has been a big disappointment for the majority of farmers, particularly in the US. But there is still much potential if approached the right way, according to Igor Ivanov and Ellen Czaika.
Murray Indick is a partner at global law firm Morrison & Foerster and here offers tips on how to launch an agtech startup.
Whole Foods' acquisition by Amazon is a chance for them to restore the best part of the business, with technology and innovation as the driving force, writes Emma Cosgrove.
Since logistics -- how food gets from the farm to our plate -- is just as crucial a part of the food system as the food itself, spoke with an accelerator focusing on it.
Indoor farming is a business and business is hard. Here are five online platforms to help indoor farmers.
Many Brazilian farmers are struggling to stay in business because their working capital is disappearing, writes Ed Siatti.
Two weeks ago I headed to Stockholm, Sweden to speak at and attend the Sweden Food Tech “Big Meet” conference and I was impressed by the small but growing level of activity in the country.
Green Century Funds is the only mutual fund in the US that is wholly owned by a consortium of nonprofits and it's investing in food and agriculture.
Consumers are getting impatient with restaurants and retailers for dragging their feet on using antibiotics in livestock that are medically important to humans.
Intrapreneurial projects are a way for large companies gain in agility, to the benefit of the whole food and agriculture innovation ecosystem, writes Christophe Breuillet.
The first artificial intelligence (AI) enabled augmented reality crop management system may be coming to an indoor farm near you very soon, according to Ryan Hooks of Huxley.
We speak to Sam Kass about his transition from a chef to a policy advisor to a venture capital investor, Obama's interest in the sector, and which technologies he thinks will be transformative to the food system, nutritionally and environmentally.
We caught up Brad Farmerie to find out how he’s incorporated tech and innovation into his farm-to-table philosophy and why he’s all-in with today’s hottest plant-based burger.
Brexit presents an opportunity for the UK to re-pivot, refocus and redeploy its capital and energies towards the nation’s value-added agricultural technologies and cutting-edge science capabilities, writes Richard Ferguson.
This last in a three-part series by Joe Byrum explores the use of data by non-farming organizations and the need to improve data collection for the benefit of the whole agriculture industry.
There's a real risk that the biggest agricultural companies in the world right now might not be the same in 10 years’ time. That doesn't have to be the case, but if you look at the data, it's not hard to imagine it happening, writes Paul Cuatrecasas.
This is the second article in a three-part series from Joe Byrum about agricultural data as a commodity and currency, this time focusing on farmers.
With technology set to disrupt the food & beverage industry, it’s becoming clear that, for companies that wish to survive, change is not an option, write sustainability consultant Tod Christenson.
Where are all the women in the agriculture industry, asks Amy Wu?