12 Ways the Tech Industry is Hacking Food Waste

Danielle Nierenberg, Food Tank <danielle@foodtank.com>
To:Nksagar Sagar
Aug 16 at 9:03 PM
Food Tank
At Food Tank, we are constantly amazed by innovative ideas driving food system change.

Food tech focused on combatting and recycling food waste is changing the way we interact with food; reducing waste and hunger while increasing food savings for producers and consumers alike. From analytic software and apps to biologically engineered solutions, food tech is working to more efficiently grow and distribute food to keep it fresh and out of landfills.

Food Tank is spotlighting 12 food tech solutions working to reduce food waste: Bluapple, BluWrap, BT9 XSENSE, CopiaEdipeelFreight Farms, Gebni, IRRI Super Bag, LeanPath, Smart Packing, Wakati, and Winnow Systems.

Click here to read more about these emerging technologies.

NYC Summit
The James Beard Foundation (JBF) will host its eighth annual food summit (JBF) will host its eighth annual food summit, “Consuming Power,” on October 23 and 24, 2017, at the Convene Conference Center in New York City.  
NYC Summit
The NYC Food Tank Summit is now SOLD OUT. You can still apply to the wait list or watch the event live on the Food Tank Facebook page on September 13, 2017.  
MIT Food Computers
Danielle Nierenberg discusses challenges facing the global food system on the International Food Policy Research Institute’s podcast, Nourishing Millions.
OSA MESA Program
IKEA is one of a handful of businesses making commitments to sustainability, from water conservation to small farmer support.
Ethiopian Coffee Endangered

The Trump Administration’s False Promise to Rural America
According to a recent article, the Trump Administration intends to increase pressure on Europe and China to accept food containing genetically modified organisms (GMOs).

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