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https://www.eitfood.eu/blog/post/the-women-innovators-transforming-the-food-systemWhen we look at the number of women entrepreneurs that receive funding in Europe, it's still less than 6-7% says Severine Balick, food and agtech VC at…
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Food is the planet’s oldest form of medicine, and in the face of this dilemma, nutritionists and healthcare professionals are suggesting adding functional ingredients to form part of a regular diet to help prevent some diseases.
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Shockingly, we dispose of a third of all the food we produce and a lot of food waste is linked to 'date marking'. Maria Hidalgo, Co-Founder and CEO ColorSensing, is on a mission to change this with her startup ColorSensing. Discover how…
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The industrialisation of the agricultural sector has brought with it a large increase in the number of pesticides we use to protect plants and humans from various diseases. However, these same pesticides can also have a large number of…
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It is clear that we need to provide alternatives to the current meat production system. In this video, researcher Giuseppe Scionti, Founder and CEO of NovaMeat takes you on a visit to his workplace where his new food technology first came…
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It’s not just the food in our food system that needs to change, it’s also how we package it. The plastic problem is damaging ecosystems on land and at sea. Sensing both the need to tackle the problem and seeing the opportunity, Işınsu Kaya…
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In 2017, the United Nations (UN) Department of Economic and Social Affairs reviewed global demographic trends and concluded a forecast of the world population to reach 9.8 billion in 2050. The outlook on an increase in population of…
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The term novel food may sound simple, but it’s much more than that. Chia seeds were once isolated to impoverished regions of Central and South America, and milk once only had a shelf life of 12 days. But thanks to the power of the novel…