Agrifood tech is a small but growing segment of the startup and venture capital universe that is increasingly capturing the attention of investors.
A cautionary tale is quietly making its way around food tech investor communities and conferences. The tale is the story of cleantech.
It would be hard for the large multinational food companies to ignore the rapid innovation taking place in their industry.
The highs and lows of the food e-commerce space continued this week with Territory raising $6.7m in Series A funding in the same week that Maple closed and sold some of its assets to the UK's Deliveroo.
It may sound too good to be true, but according to David Rowe, founder and president at Choco Finesse, the proof is in the chocolate pudding.
Securing funding for food and drink start-ups is more difficult than doing the same job for innovators in other industries, according to Alessio D'Antino, CEO and co-founder of Crowdfooding UK.
The accelerator, which is based in New York, selected eight startups from over 500 applications to take part in its 14-week program.
A bumper week of fundings as we catch up from the holidays offer a diverse look at the types of startups innovating in the food and ag space today.
Here the team from Bits x Bites, China's first accelerator VC to invest in early-stage food tech startups, gives us a snapshot of the China food tech startup scene.
A busy week of fundings as the year draws to a close includes food safety technology, insect farming, food waste technology, Indian supply chain technology and more.
In honor of Thanksgiving, we use the iconic turkey dinner and customary side dishes to see just how technology is disrupting our food supply chain.
French startup Algama raised a $3.76 million venture round led by Hong Kong billionaire Li-Ka Shing’s venture arm Horizons Ventures as algae continues to make new waves with diversified uses.
Sperm sexing technology, hi-tech glasses for drones, and an aerial imagery company working with John Deere make up a very diverse and exciting Ag Industry Brief this week!
Ahead of FoodBytes! in Boulder and Sydney, Rabobank's Manuel Gonzalez and Nick Fereday write about the increasing role of innovation in our food chain today.
Why 2 veggie restaurant tycoons, the founder of ZICO coconut water, and a VC from Disney's Steamboat Ventures are placing their bets on plant-based foods.
H-FARM, an Italy-based innovation hub, and IT giant Cisco are taking advantage of this trend by launching a new food tech accelerator.
Offering both a hardware and software product, Ancera aims to help food companies test products for contaminants such as salmonella.
Rabobank, a global financial services company operating in over 40 countries, has teamed up with San Francisco tech campus RocketSpace to launch a new accelerator called Terra, which will focus exclusively on food and agtech startups.
The startup combines natural ingredients and patented biochemistry with traditional cheese- and dairy-making techniques to create dairy alternatives.
Whole Foods Market is embracing food technology and we caught up with Karen Christensen to find out more about how consumer preferences are informing how the business operates and uses technology.