Personalised nutrition considers an individual's unique characteristics, such as their genetics, gut microbiome and blood biomarker levels, to develop personalised dietary recommendations that are tailored to their specific needs.
Verdify is a Netherlands-based company that uses an artificial intelligence platform to link consumers with specific recipes, adapted to dietary needs and tastes. Recipes are not fixed; instead they adapt to a user’s requirements and preferences regarding flavour and texture.
Looking to the future, consumers could have an “agnostic” nutrition profile that can be used to inform food choices in many situations – online, in the supermarket or in restaurants. Further ahead, smart homes could monitor our dietary needs via sensors, providing real-time dietary advice.
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In this episode of the Food Fight podcast, host Matt Eastland is joined by EIT Food’s new CEO, Richard Zaltzman. At the heart of Richard’s approach is the concept of regenerative leadership, which can create the culture for tackling systemic issues within the food system. In a wide-ranging conversation, Richard describes his personal journey to agrifood leadership and what he views as the biggest challenges in the food system. Looking to the future, he discusses transformative ideas and novel business models, and how everybody can be part of this journey.
In this episode of the Food Fight podcast, host Matt Eastland welcomes back Ben Ebbrell, co-founder of Sorted Food, to discuss the importance of online food communities and their role in improving our food. They explore how social media can serve as a source of consumer and product insights, and how AI software can be used to harness these insights and create better food products. Tune in to learn more about the potential of harnessing online communities' power to improve our food.
In this episode of the Food Fight podcast, host Matt Eastland explores the world of robotics and automation in the food industry. Joined by Jonah Bliss, founder of Curbivore and writer for OttoMate, they discuss the benefits and challenges of incorporating robots into the food industry. From robot deliveries to automated vending machines, they delve into the exciting possibilities and the impact on the future of food.