Tesco and WWF have launched a new accelerator programme pairing pioneering start-ups with Tesco suppliers to fast-track sustainability innovation in the supply chain. The aim is to cut the environmental impact of food and support UK food security. FoodNavigator...
The European Institute of Innovation & Technology’s food arm received 106 applications to its COVID-19 support fund from different start-ups across Europe. The number was eventually whittled down to just 13.
Small and medium sized food brands who have benefited from the diversification of the grocery aisle in recent years are now feeling the squeeze as the unprecedented coronavirus crisis sweeps Europe – and the world.
The European Commission is calling on startups and SMEs with technologies and innovations that could help in treating, testing and monitoring the coronavirus outbreak to apply for the next round of funding from the European Innovation Council (EIC).
Coronavirus and Brexit are today’s biggest challenges for food makers, while online shopping continues to open the door for disruptive brands in grocery, Mission Ventures co-founder Paddy Willis tells FoodNavigator.
The business developer behind Oatly and a team of Bolivian scientists have developed Quiny, a patent-protected and naturally sweet quinoa powder for plant-based milks, and are gearing up for a Latin American launch.
As start-up food businesses work to move their brands to the next level, many will look to grow overseas sales. To do so, they will need to navigate a minefield of compliance issues. FoodNavigator sought advice from regulatory compliance experts at Ashbury...