A lot of innovation is going on in food tech, making food cheaper, more nutritious, better tasting and with less emissions during production. Here you'll find articles about AI, sensors and IoT, big data, digital biology, precision farming, cell-grown meat, GMO and automation.
Australian researchers have developed a genetically modified banana that is nearly immune to Panama disease. Panama disease is a fungal infection that prevents banana plants from absorbing nutrients and eventually kills the plant. The banana is the first genetically modified fruit to be approved.
This new rice-beef has a slightly higher fat and protein content than standard rice and can help reduce the environmental impact of meat production.
Aleph Farms has received the world's first regulatory approval for cultured beef.
Humanity is facing its greatest change ever, according to Tony Seba. Some call him a naive, foolish optimist, but Seba has repeatedly been proven right and his critics wrong. A tip is to listen to him this time.
The HYDROCOW project targets producing sustainable milk protein using CO2 and electricity and no cows are required.
CRISPR foods could be part of the solution for world hunger. Through genetic editing, crops and animals can be made hardier, need fewer resources, last longer, and offer better nutrition.
The ice cream is made from ingredients conjured out of thin air. A feat made possible by Finnish food tech company Solar Foods.
A new study from the University of California suggests that using the full light spectrum can benefit both solar energy production and crop yield.
An AI algorithm can keep track of when the price of items that are about to expire should be reduced, and by how much. This reducing wastage and increasing profits for stores.