Gary MacLean, National Chef of Scotland and winner of 2016 Masterchef: The Professionals, discusses food technology and the latest solutions to tackle waste and increase sustainability.
The first rescued food supermarket will open in Edinburgh in January 2019, selling good-to-eat food saved from the bin.
Saving tonnes of 'imperfect' produce from waste and transforming it into tasty fruit bars. Interview with SNACT co-founder Ilana Taub.
BFR tackles food waste and mitigates hunger by increasing the access of at-risk populations to nutritious food. How? With a bike. And a robot.
Gianna Puerini, VP of Amazon Go, tells Reuters what makes Amazon Go special, after the first shop opened in Seattle on 22 January: "This technology didn't exist."
Startup Apeel Sciences has developed edible coatings made of plant skins and stems that can extend your friuts and veggies' shelf life by five times.
Meet the developer: interview with Kasper Hjortsballe, the man behind NoWaste
Taiwanese e-commerce firm OwlTing launches world’s first blockchain app for tracing food products.
Too Good To Go is the anti-food waste app connecting restaurants and consumers. Our interview.
Fast changing lifestyle, personal preferences and values of food and beverage customers play a role in driving companies towards sustainability.