Our latest Top 7 list highlights the most innovative sustainable solutions in the food industry
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UK design studio takes vegan lifestyle from the kitchen to the hotel suite
Computer scientists teach a computer to visualise abstract results from written instructions
Research has enabled 3D printing to produce synthetic meats via sustainable means.
A sipping device helps users to train their tongues to swallow less and to discourage overeating and improve sleep.
A design student has developed a range of food products and packaging showcasing the nutritional benefits of lichen.
A US startup wants to sell vegetables grown by robots in an indoor farm.
Scientists in Singapore are using a zero waste process to create a probiotic drink out of soy pulp.
A US start-up has launched a new app that creates personalised nutrition labels for consumers.
Researchers have created a non-petroleum plastic film that is compostable and made from renewable materials
Design student has developed a way of using the kombucha process to produce edible food packaging.
Student innovation holds the solution to millennial kitchen traffic problems with this portable kitchen set.
A cookery kit created by a graduate student encourages neighbours in Poland who often feel isolated to communicate and socialize with one another.
A Belgian supermarket is creating the shortest supply chain possible by growing produce on its roof and selling it in-store an hour later.
A record-shaped cake uses an AR app that allows the consumer to choose a customizable song or message.
University researchers have developed a NFC gas sensor that can tell if meat is spoiled and send smartphone alerts.
A new grocery store from a Canadian startup sells food using a pay-what-you-can system to help reduce food waste and combat hunger.
A company partnership has created a system using blockchain to allow vendors without a credit rating to take out short-term loans.
Aiming to eliminate food waste and help the hungry, a new app connects food pantries throughout Chicago.
An Indian logistics company will deliver food directly to your train seat while you are en route.
Chicago-based tech startup has launched food containers which use the Internet of Things to help users reduce food waste.
An environmentally friendly cleaning brand has opened a pop-up to challenge customers to rethink the value of plastic waste.