Dr. Andy Zynga, CEO of EIT Food, outlines the progress that needs to be made if we are to innovate and build a food system fit for whatever the future holds.
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An EIT Food report has put farmers at the top of the tree when it comes to trust in food producers, while government agencies were deemed less reliable by consumers.
According to scientists, the legume's high protein content makes it a better source of food than maize or cassava which are commonly eaten in Africa.
With COVID-19 turning the food industry upside down overnight, EIT Food's latest report suggests some changes may be here to stay.
2020's pandemic brought with it a unique challenge; food aid organisations and social grocers saw growing demand as a rising number of individuals and families struggled to make ends meet, while at the same time, farmers' usual supply chains were disrupted, causing an increase in surplus food. Here, New Food…
The aim of the investment is to help the startups adapt to COVID-19, continue innovation in the agrifood sector and to bridge the gap towards their next investment round.
A new Virtual Reality video series on the latest food technologies has been launched by Food Unfolded.