Investments in European food tech cooled as the mercury rose in Europe this August. But app-based delivery firm Lezzoo and vegan marketplace concept VeganNation were still able to whet the appetite of investors.
This week's NPD round-up brings you information on the latest products to be hitting the shelves across Europe. Highlights include Iglo's efforts to deliver centre-plate vegetable options in Germany and Dina Foods' offering for the fast-paced...
Climate change and rising sea levels are increasingly causing saltwater to penetrate agricultural soils. An EU project, SalFar, is looking at solutions to prevent the loss of cultivated land. Saline farming could be the solution.
CEO and co-founder of food waste app Too Good To Go, Mette Lykke, is taking an entrepreneurial approach to sustainability: “We are taking an issue that everyone loves and turning it into a win for everyone.”
The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) Food has launched a new programme, ChangeMakers, that aims to support food entrepreneurs from ‘underrepresented’ socio-economic backgrounds. EIT Food business creation manager Lukxmi Balathasan...
From Walkers 'hint of salt' crisps with 25% less salt, to Nestlé's plant-based Garden Gourmet Incredible Mince and McVitie's luxury biscuits, FoodNavigator brings you the latest in new product development across the bloc.
Austrian start-up Rebel Meat had developed a burger made from 50% meat and 50% plant-based ingredients. The hybrid patty will ‘reach those that purely vegan brands cannot’, CEO Philipp Stangl tells FoodNavigator.
UK start-up Almond has developed an app that rewards shoppers for buying responsible brands, while helping to reduce and offset CO₂e emissions. “In a nutshell, we help consumers reduce their negative impact,” CEO Oliver Bolton tells FoodNavigator.