Transparency, Technology, and the Sea: The Story of Envisible

Seafood supply chains are notoriously opaque, but technology company Envisible aims to make the industry more transparent.

AgFunder Report Finds Dramatic Growth in AgriFoodTech Sector

A recent report published by AgFunder finds that 2020 was a record-breaking year for investments in agricultural and food technologies.

Investing in a Better Future of Snacking

CoLab is a new start-up engagement program for entrepreneurs to create healthy snacks that are delicious and good for the planet.

New Study Highlights Natural Disaster’s Impact on Global Agriculture Network

A recent study from Columbia University models the impact of a climatic natural disaster.

23 Organizations Eliminating Food Waste During COVID-19

Here are 23 organizations eliminating food waste during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Louisa Burwood-Taylor on Food Technology During COVID-19

Louisa Burwood-Taylor of AgFunderNews discusses the impact COVID-19 may have
on agriculture technology, supply chains, and the future of farmers

Regenerative Agriculture with Dr. Bronner’s

Dr. Bronner’s is working to reverse negative environmental and social impacts associated with global agribusinesses. Dr. Bronner’s soaps are known to have 18-in-One uses, one use is to promote constructive capitalist through fair trade, organic principles, regenerative agriculture, worker’s rights, and animal welfare. 

New Study Highlights Importance of Investing in Emerging Food Markets

By fixing the inefficient steps along the supply chain that lead to less available nutritious food, investments in Sub-Saharan Africa and parts of Asia can see better health outcomes.

New Study Identifies Innovations to Improve Nutrition in Just 5 Years

Malnutrition is a global epidemic, and two organizations have gathered a group of global experts to come up with solutions in the food supply chain that can improve nutrition in emerging economies in just five years.

Treasure8’s Inventions Aim to Change the Idea of Food Waste

Based on Treasure Island in San Francisco, Treasure8 begins with leftover or ugly fruits and vegetables from farmers’ fields and unwanted produce from food processing facilities. “We can take these very large waste streams and we can upcycle them into safe, tasty, healthy products and ingredients that can work at large scale distribution.” Childs says.