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.
Researchers have found a way to make use of enzymes and bacterias to make both biofuel and animal feeds out of leftovers from beer brewerig.
Consumption of meat is declining in large parts of the world, while we are eating more plant-based foods. Virus outbreaks and pandemics seem to be accelerating this development, says Warp News Food Tech expert Daniel Skavén Ruben.
Much of what we throw in the compost can be eaten and Ikea wants us to be better at eating even what may look a little unappetizing.
A disease threatens to eradicate the only banana variety we eat today, but with Crispr technology, researchers can make bananas resistant.
Scientists are trying to understand how and why the plant Duckweed grows so fast. Getting clues from the plant’s genes could help with both food scarcity and climate change.
We already know that meat production, trawling, and one-sided farming in mega-format are environmental culprits with an end date. But now new types of climate-smart food are being developed.
Vertical crops are considered to be truly sustainable. Startups have already attracted hundreds of billions of dollars to the area.
An agreement between growers and buyers shows that it is possible to increase soy production in Brazil without felling any rainforest.