Month: October 2020

Robotic food delivery & how to get away with safe trick or treating

With the Covid-19 pandemic affecting every facet of our lives our daily routines have changed and everyone is trying to adapt to a new normal. Thankfully, not even the covid pandemic can stop our spooky traditions such as trick or treating. While this season we must all remember to practice safe social distancing, food companies …

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Plant powered: this weeks plant-based roundup

It seems as though plant-based meat has been dominating the food industry for a while and as covid uncovers an even more insecure and inefficient animal meat industry, the alternative protein space continues to innovate, especially this week.. In a new survey conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Herbalife Nutrition, it was found that almost …

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Why Singapore is fast becoming the core of Asian foodtech innovation

The pandemic has shed light on just how vulnerable the global food system is, and changed the way we look at how food is grown and consumed, and more specifically how its transported across borders and into different markets. One country that has suffered ravenous implications due to Covid is Singapore, whose government has uncovered …

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Liquid gold: vegan egg startups take off thanks to World Egg Day

Last October 9th we celebrated World Egg Day across the foodtech industry, and what better way to celebrate than to look at the evolving egg sector: specifically, plant-based. The vegan burger may have already taken off but the vegan egg revolution is arriving in its all glory as established plant-based egg brands show the industry …

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Recipe(s) for success: meal kits are the new restaurant competitor amid covid

Demand has surged for meal kit startups with a big boost from the ongoing coronavirus outbreak as stay-at-home consumers choose easy-to-cook meals over dining out. To meet this new demand, startups are expanding their meal kit businesses and venturing further into the market to help nurture the sector as one of their key revenue sources. …

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