Posts Tagged ‘food‘

15 Emerging Agriculture Technologies That Will Change The World

Below are technologies related to agricultural and natural manufacturing under four key areas of accelerating change: Sensors, Food, Automation and Engineering. Sensors help agriculture by enabling real-time traceability and diagnosis of crop, livestock and farm machine states. Food may benefit directly from genetic tailoring and

Health-Minded Global Consumers Put Their Money Where Their Mouths Are

A willingness to pay a premium for health benefits is higher in developing markets than elsewhere. More than nine-in-10 respondents in Latin America (94%), Asia-Pacific (93%) and Africa/Middle East (92%) say they’re willing to pay more for foods with health attributes to some degree, compared

The End of Food

After a month, Rhinehart published the results of his experiment in a blog post, titled “How I Stopped Eating Food.” The post has a “Eureka!” tone. The chemical potion, Rhinehart reported, was “delicious! I felt like I’d just had the best breakfast of my life.”

The Un-Marketing And Re-Marketing Of Whole Foods

If you are like most people, you have passed by a Whole Foods Market, stopped into a Whole Foods Market, and heard the joke about Whole Paycheck… but you’ve never seen an advertisement for Whole Foods Market. That’s because, as an organization that hates marketing

kqedscience: Whole Foods Shows Customers the Bleak Future of Produce Without Bees “The decline in bee populations has been all the buzz lately, which led Whole Foods Market to team up with the Xerces Society to show us what a world—or at least, produce section—without bees would look like. The University

Billionaire Peter Thiel invests in the development of 3D printed meat

Link: Billionaire Peter Thiel invests in the development of 3D printed meat copperterillium: The prospect of lab-grown meat has intrigued both vegetarians and environmentalists for years. Humans eat about 240 billion kilograms of meat each year — a voracious demand for animal protein that has

futurist-foresight: Robot chefs taking over China’s noodle bars (by Zoominuk). If they can be  programmed to flip burgers high school dropouts are going to struggle even further for work.

Bill Gates: Food Is Ripe for Innovation (are you ready for fake meat?)

Link: Bill Gates: Food Is Ripe for Innovation (are you ready for fake meat?) I tasted Beyond Meat’s chicken alternative, for example, and honestly couldn’t tell it from real chicken. Beyond Eggs, an egg alternative from Hampton Creek Foods, does away with the high cholesterol

Bill Gates: Food Is Ripe for Innovation – via @mashable

Link: Bill Gates: Food Is Ripe for Innovation – via @mashable destx: The global population is on track to reach 9 billion by 2050. What are all those people going to eat? With billions of people adding more animal protein to their diets — meat