A sustainable procurement company is using verification technology to boost transparency in the food system.
New research provides a scientific foundation that will help decision makers integrate aquatic species into sustainable food systems.
Before Envisible, the company’s co-founders developed an app that helped Indonesian fishers reduce their time at sea.
In this Instagram Live Panel, Food Tank will welcome Scottish seafood and marine sustainability leaders Phil Taylor, Joan D’Arcy, and Caroline Rye to discuss unsustainable fishing practices in Scotland and opportunities for change.
Envisible uses sensor technology to record and verify the freshness of its seafood products.
Seafood supply chains are notoriously opaque, but technology company Envisible aims to make the industry more transparent.
New Wave Foods Co-Founder Michelle Wolf believes the shift to plant-based protein isn’t just a fad; it’s a whole movement.
Michelle Wolf is the co-founder and chief technology officer of New Wave Foods, a company that is developing plant-based shrimp as a seafood alternative. Passionate about plant-based diets and sustainable sourcing, Wolf aims to bring New Wave Foods’ plant-based shrimp to restaurants and grocery stores by mid-2021.
Food system experts discuss the ways that supply chain transparency can support food access, reduce food loss, and empower consumers.
A recent report published by FoodPrint and the North Atlantic Marine Alliance (NAMA) finds the current expansion of large scale aquaculture is unsustainable and may cause serious harm to traditional fishing structures.