Tag Archives: traceability

China International Food Safety & Quality (CIFSQ) Conference

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..

Startup Europe Smart Agrifood Summit

Startup Europe Smart Agrifood Summit, an industry leading exhibition in creating innovative ecosystems in the European and Global Agrifood sector. The cities digital transformation is nowadays a reality. Now our bet is for the agrifood sector digital transformation.

Thiel-Backed Breakout Ventures Invests in Phylagen $14m Series A with Cultivian, AgFunder For Microbe-Based Traceability

Microbiome data analytics company Phylagen has raised a $14 million Series A round led by Peter Thiel-backed Breakout Ventures, agrifood tech venture pioneer Cultivian Sandbox, supply chain innovation fund Working Capital with participation from AgFunder.

UPDATE: AgFunder Opens New Food Tech/AgTech Fund to Investors, Commitments Reach $4m in 1 Week

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.

Q&A: Blockchain Traceability Startup CEO On Selling Blockchain to the Food System

We caught up with Emma Weston, cofounder and CEO of AgriDigital, on the sidelines of the recent World Agri-Tech Innovation Summit to discuss how she sells blockchain technology to different rungs in the supply chain with various levels of fluency, and where new traceability technologies should ultimately be headed.

Which AgriFood Tech Products Are Going Mainstream in 2018?

Every year, grocery retailers and food media put out trend lists for the coming year, predicting what’s going to be big in food. A careful look at these lists can help us predict, not what technologies are going to get a vote of confidence from VCs and investors - but rather, which technologies are going to have the attention of consumers in the year ahead.