Don’t fly hungry, order at the departure gate! First seen at JFK airport.

Don’t fly hungry, order at the departure gate! First seen at JFK airport.

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Eating at different restaurants from one location

The creation of a virtual food hall would allow the accessibility to different restaurants from one dining location for a group of people. Guests would be able to order from multiple brands from a self-order kiosk, pay in a single transaction and receive their meal in under six minutes. This could enhance the appeal of dining outside and ultimately represents a larger accessibility to a variety of foods with friends.

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New research has found ways to tell if your food is really grain free

Tests in the past have been able to detect if gluten is present in a food, but now with advanced detection kits, CSIRO have found a way to detect gluten in rye, which type of grain it is derived from, as well as how much gluten is present. This will be great help for not only food manufacturers to label their products correctly and efficiently, but also for consumers to trust what is on the packaging and the gluten-free claims. The new technology will become effective with helping track contamination in the supply chain, improve product quality and accuracy, food safety and meeting regulations. https://www.csiro.au/en/News/News-releases/2019/Catcher-of-the-rye

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Rice-based straws as a sustainable solution

Malaysian company RiceStraws offers an affordable alternative to plastic straws, 100% biodegradable, and of natural ingredients that are edible. Straws are made of rice as the main material, and tapioca as a coagulant. They don’t dissolve in drinks, but soften up after 2-3 hours in hot drinks and 4-10 hours in cold drinks. They are certified according to food industry standards HACCP and ISO 22000, and are also Halal-certified. While in developed countries using plastic straws has been widely reduced, are consumers in developing countries ready to pay more for this change? Image Credit: NLYTech Biotech More info: https://www.ricestraws.net/

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Lab-grown kangaroo meat as a “digital” approach to food.

This startup based in Western Sydney took four weeks of using in vitro cultivation of animal cells, instead of slaughtering, to create the first ever cell-cultured kangaroo meat grown from stem cells taken from a kangaroo. They take a small sample from the animal, isolate the correct cells, encourage them to grow and differentiate in exactly the same way they would naturally, and bring them together to create rich food products. The startup wants to turn exotic clean meat into routine but adventurous meals, and has just won a grant from the NSW Government to turn it into a Minimum Viable Product https://www.vowfood.com/

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Oyster mushrooms from coffee grounds

The average cafe produces 60kg of coffee grounds each week and 93% of cafes will throw them away. In landfill, these coffee grounds create greenhouse gasses (carbon dioxide and methane) which are contributing to global warming. BUT coffee grounds are quite valuable. They make the perfect growing base for oyster mushrooms! BeanCycled is providing grow at home mushroom farms as well as composting projects for preschools and community gardens. www.beancycled.com.au

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A plastic film made out of left over shellfish shells

CuanTec is extracting a protein called chitin from the shells of langoustines, and transforming it through fermentation into a natural biopolymer known as chitosan. This is used to make a clear food wrapper that can be later composted at home and has natural antimicrobial properties. The startup is currently at research stage but looking to finalise a round of financing. While this is not the first biodegradable wrapper produced from shellfish waste, other processes created materials that were unappealing to customers. https://www.springwise.com/innovation/food/biodegradable-packaging-cuantec-shellfish-waste

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This artificial tongue detects counterfeit whisky

You would totally expect the Scots to have developed this nanoscale taster to test their national drink. The metallic ‘tongue’ is too small to see with the naked eye, but very stable and sensitive to changes in environment due to its chemical properties. The structure acts as ‘tastebuds’ that absorb light in different ways when different types of whisky are poured over them, with greater than 99% accuracy. Researchers are looking now to commercialise their technology https://www.beveragedaily.com/Article/2019/08/05/Scientists-have-got-it-licked-as-artificial-tongue-detects-counterfeit-whisky

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Measuring cups designed to visually tell a measurement

If you are someone who loves to cook and a visual thinker like me, you understand the trouble of going through your measurement cups while cooking and trying to read the almost invisible measurement units. These measurement cups are designed to represent fractions with their shape, so what you see is what you get: a full cup is one, a half cup is half, a third looks like 1/3, and a quarter looks like 1/4. Just like a pie chart! https://www.yankodesign.com/2019/07/09/these-measuring-cups-are-designed-to-visually-represent-fractions-for-intuitive-use/

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Sustainability: wine self serve in Italy saving the planet

On a recent trip to Manduria (in the southern Italian provence of Taranto), my parents were pleasantly surprised by the innovation they found in a family run winery. Rather than encourage the production of more bottles & packaging, the family have self serve capabilities for locals to ‘fill & pay’ as they need from some of their finest drops. Sustainability doesn’t have to be difficult. Check it out next time you head to Italy: https://www.produttorivinimanduria.it

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A machine that makes coffee to order

Briggo has created a fully automated, robotic brewing machine that can produce 100 cups of coffee in an hour — equaling the output of three to four baristas. Using a blend of Latin American beans, the machine — known as a “coffee haus” — creates cups of gourmet coffee that can be ordered via an app, giving you control over ingredients. www.washingtonpost.com/technology/2019/03/22/baristas-beware-robot-that-makes-gourmet-cups-coffee-has-arrived/

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