Good health starts with safe food and the latest innovations for preventing contamination are explored at the annual CIFSQ Conference. Each year up to 1,000 delegates including 140 speakers from 30 nations attend to address common challenges facing the industry such as anti microbial resistance, food fraud, next generation sequencing, etc..
Here Shmuel Rausnitz writes about his concerns relating to the FDA and foodtech entrepreneur's tendency to oversimplify consumer demands and needs across demographics.
Despite their ingenuity and a commendable focus on sustainability and food loss, entrepreneurs are missing a huge opportunity by not prioritizing nutrition, writes Amy Beaudreault.
The FIA Food for the Future Summit will bring together regional CEOs and senior executives from multinational and Asia-based food companies, entrepreneurs and innovators, leaders in government and experts from NGOs and academia.
Dr. Ilan Samish is the CEO and founder of Amai Proteins — an Israeli startup lab-designing hyper-sweet, thermo-stable, zero-calorie proteins out of exotic fruits.
With the growth of the event, we are hearing different voices, including changing corporate cultures and new business models.
The real power to endow people with fundamentally longer, healthier lives resides in the hands of the food industry, writes Jim Flatt.
One month into 2019, it’s clear that this year’s “it” produce is gourmet mushrooms. Smallhold's Andrew Carter tell us why.
Noluma has developed a unique technology that measures the light protection of packaging as a function of its effects on the product contents by placing a marker ingredient in a solution inside a test package, which is then exposed to intense light.
On our mission to democratize venture capital and increase investment in the food and agriculture industry, our fund is open to accredited investors as well as institutional investors, and we already have commitments from both.
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.
The Good Kitchen, launched last year as Europe's first accelerator program for social startup businesses tackling food issues, will award low-interest loans to the startups to get their businesses off the ground.
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.
A bumper week for agtech fundings includes a diverse mix of cannabis tech, nutrition tech, food e-commerce, weather monitoring, and indoor agriculture.
General Mills has launched a new partnership with the largest organic cooperative in the U.S. that will help about 20 dairy farms add around 3,000 acres to organic dairy production over the next three years.
The startup combines natural ingredients and patented biochemistry with traditional cheese- and dairy-making techniques to create dairy alternatives.
Freight Farms will use the NASA funding to build a new type of indoor ag facility based on its shipping container model, while a new report concluded that food products derived from GM crops are not only safe, but beneficial for the environment.
A group of institutional investors worth $1 billion and led by Coller Capital, has joined forces to lobby 10 publicly-traded food companies over the use of antibiotics in their supply chains.
FreshSurety, which is using IoT to report real-time freshness, location, and temperature of food, and Plasma Nutrition are two startups receiving $50k each.
The Californian start-up raised the Series B funding from names such as Kleiner Perkins, Google Ventures and Campbell Soup Company.