When food intersects with technology, passion and innovation are the logical by-products.
Paying attention to most recent disruptions in the food chain, clearly, technology has become a game changer in how we eat.
Agribusinesses, retail grocers and restaurants all wrestle with the latest and greatest brainy-act ideas provided by computers, big data and smart devices.
From vertical farming to social media, technology is on the menu. Electronic based ordering and payment systems for food are becoming more prevalent. In most cities, home and office delivery is readily available.
Uber has launched “Uber Eats” in selected geographics for on-demand meal delivery in under ten minutes. Other similar services are provided by the likes of Food Jets, Spoon Rocket and Grub Hub in California. Most urban cities have like-minded food services.