Nourished November: Our New Food Tech Content Series
Uber Eats, GrubHub, Blue Apron, Impossible Foods, and Halo Top aren’t just delicious food companies—they’re disrupting the way consumers interact with food. By shaking up traditional food models, these (and more) companies are challenging big food companies, leaving space for startups to continue to do what they do best: innovate.
While consumers were previously limited to the food selections from nearby grocery stores and restaurants, the entire food industry has rapidly integrated technology and food to create technologically-enabled platforms for consumers to re-think their food choices. But, don’t mistake apps like Uber Eats or Seamless as the only innovation in food—there are far more uses for technology and food than you may think.
Even if you don’t believe our rosy outlook on food tech, industry professionals in finance and food seem to believe that the future for food tech is bright. According to recent studies, the global food tech industry is forecast to reach a $250 billion valuation by 2022.
But, what is food tech? And, as a food startup entrepreneur myself, I’ve often asked why most online advice for food startups is fragmented throughout the internet.
That’s why we at KISSPatent are launching our brand-new Food Tech content series, where we’ll be providing up-to-date analysis on food developments and trends, as well as custom-tailored advice made for startups. As we move to launch our Food Tech content series, we have a small request—we want you to tell us: what topics in food are you interested in?
E-mail us and let us know what topics in food you’d like to read about over the coming weeks. We can’t wait to hear from you!