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The site of record and connector for the food tech space.
The site of record and connector for the food tech space.

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Farming robots are taking over. +Brian Halweil  of +EdibleManhattan1  explains why that's a good thing for small-scale farmers in our Internet of Food series with Seeds&Chips.
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Does the future of grocery revolve around small producers? +Farmigo  thinks so. Founder +Benzi Ronen explores why we need to re-engineer traditional food distribution on our Internet of Food series: http://bit.ly/27dSswd.
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Today whey (the "co-product" of cheese + yogurt production) is a multibillion dollar industry, but in 2000 it had zero value.

Get an inside look at how Nuritas uses artificial intelligence to discover new benefits of food co-products like whey to build a healthier and less wasteful food future in our Internet of Food series with +Milano Cucina: http://bit.ly/23CvEkZ. 
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Is personalized nutrition the key to a healthy food future? Victor Penev of Edamam explores how we can solve the nutrition information challenge in our 'Internet of Food' series.
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Got data?

Bernard Lahousse explores how we can use technology to create data-driven recipes from new and diverse ingredients that taste good and are better for the planet.

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Over $1 trillion in food is wasted annually. But reducing food waste is a win-win for the supply chain: it's better for bottom lines and the environment. 

Marc Zornes, founder of +Winnow Solutions  examines some of the innovations being developed to improve profits and cut food waste as much as 50%.

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What can banks do to build a better food future? Manuel Gonzalez explores how Rabobank is working to catalyze and support the next big innovations through initiatives like FoodBytes.
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New Harvest is kickstarting the post-animal bioeconomy. CEO Isha Datar explores why cellular agriculture is the key to guaranteeing sustainable, sufficient food for all. 
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Payman Nejati of Handpick takes us on a futuristic tour of the grocery aisles, one GIF at a time.
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The James Beard Foundation's Mitchell Davis explores how our food system hides the true cost of food and what technology can do, especially in restaurants, to make it more transparent and sustainable. 
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