Hyperspectral imaging may not sound the sexiest of subjects. But this rapidly emerging technology is promising to help the food industry gain ground in a host of areas, from quality assurance, pathogen detection and farm management.
With COVID-19 exposing fragile food chains and putting scrutiny on the ways we consume and produce foods and approach our own health, now is the perfect moment for food tech startups to step up and lead the way, says venture capitalist and entrepreneur...
Food tech company Kabaq has developed an augmented reality (AR) platform that is expanding in the restaurant and food service space thanks to its partnerships. According to founder Alper Guler, there are “many opportunities” ahead for AR to be utilised...
The development of artificial intelligence solutions sits at the cutting edge of food tech. As an industry, the food sector is only just beginning to understand the potential that these developments offer.
The chief of the Confederation of British Industries is proposing that all high performing 14-16-year olds should study triple science – a message that resonates with concerns over building a suitable skills base for future food industry employees.
Leading food science body the Institute of Food Technologists (IFT)
defends the oft-criticised use of food irradiation in food
production, brushing away criticisms that this technology could
harm human health.
US food irradiation company Food Technology this week announced a
drop in revenue for the first and second quarters of 2002. The
company attributed the worsening results to the departure of one
client and increased expenses. Total...
The constant demand for food which is fresher, more convenient,
more flavoursome and more nutritious will mean an increase in the
use of technology in food preparation in the future, according to
the January issue of Food Technology,...