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.
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.
A resistant grass variety showed researchers how corn can be made more resistant to nutrient deficiencies, reduce the need for fertilizer, and increase yields.
A cross between common durum wheat and a relative of the plant has produced a new variety that can withstand conditions that outlast today's variety of durum wheat.
When it comes to the handling of fruit and vegetables, the food industry has long had to choose between plastic packaging and food waste - two of the major climate culprits of our time. Now the food tech companies are working hard to find better solutions.
Rewilding of natural areas in combination with agriculture creates a "win-win situation" by improving ecological diversity while providing higher quality meat.
One kilogram of cheese accounts for between six and 13 kilograms of carbon dioxide emissions. The solution is not to stop eating cheese, but to produce cheese with less climate impact. That's what Stockeld Dreamery does and recently Warp Premium Supporters visited the company.
By allowing animals to eat harvest residues and by-products of food production instead of grain, many more people can have access to food.
New, healthier sugar means that we can continue to enjoy the excellent taste, without deteriorating our health.