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A meat patch to help you withdraw from meat consumption
Strong Roots is a plant-based food company producing the world’s first patch to help manage meat cravings. It emits the smell
26 February 2020 by Ivani Torales
 
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Startup

This Australian startup is tackling the problem of food waste by converting it into poultry feed
Approximately 30% of all food that is produced goes to waste and is responsible for an estimated 8% of all global emissions. Food
27 January 2020 by Ivani Torales
 
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Dining

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This local kombucha brewer might have the alternative in fine dining
Have you tried pairing the complex flavour of kombucha with BBQ, greens, or soft cheese? Kombucha continues to be the tasty
18 January 2020 by Ivani Torales
 
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Dining

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Familiarisation through pictures encourage kids to eat more veggies
The See & Eat project has published 24 vegetable ebooks for children, designed to encourage them to eat their vegetables. The
18 December 2019 by Ivani Torales
 
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Dining

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This new kind of barcode allows you to see beyond the label
With Smart Fingerprints that use artificial intelligence and blockchain-enabled technology, a product label can now help consumers to identify and verify its quality just by using their smartphone’s web browser. The codes are built to provide unique and transparent information related to the production process, product traceability and authenticity. No two identical looking products share the same fingerprint -and unlike QR codes, these are scam and virus-free. The Australian technology company is now looking for investors to scale up. Read more: http://www.laava.id
4 November 2019 by Ivani Torales
 
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Tracking the journey of food produce to reduce food waste
This service monitors food products from the farm gate to the end of the supply chain. Any deviation from ideal conditions accelerates the deterioration of products, leading to increased waste and inconsistent quality. This recording device logs time, air temperature and location, then data is transmitted in near-real time to a platform, and you can see the conditions to which the product is exposed and how long it has spent in each leg of the chain (www.escavox.com). See escaVox at Tech23 on Spark Festival, IdeaSpies is a supporter! Register using code T23-SUPPORTER and get 10% off: http://tech23.com.au/2019/register/
11 October 2019 by Ivani Torales
 
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