Future Food Asia announced that 10 start-ups have been selected as the 2018 finalists and will join the award event on May 23 in Singapore to showcase their solutions and technologies for a chance to win US$100,000.
Technological advances, changing consumer diets, higher sustainability demands and a continuous internal pursuit for greater operating efficiencies saw global agribusiness Louis Dreyfus Company (LDC) push boundaries and break new ground in the innovation space recently.
The Mekong Agritech Accelerator (MATCh) announced that 23 startups have been invited join its 2018 program. The cohort includes 13 startups from Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar, and Viet Nam, as well 10 international firms proposing agritech solutions for these markets.
Development rests on the foundation of healthy nutrition. With this recognition, Hannes Schmid set out to build the prototype of a smart village
ID Capital announces the second edition of the Future Food Asia Award, Asia Pacific’s premier AgriTech and FoodTech competition
Something about our collective food consumption needs to change if we want to avoid a climate disaster and feed the world’s growing population. These problems are well recognized – the United Nations made it one of its sustainable development goals to overhaul the current food system.
ID Capital CEO – Isabelle Decitre was invited to Meat Alternative Protein tasting dinner hosted by Mr. Lim Chuan Poh, Chairman of A*STAR
A new agritech accelerator will harness entrepreneurship and technology to transform the Mekong region’s agricultural industry into a leading global supplier of “safe and nutritious food for all”.
India-based start-up String Bio nabbed itself a US$100,000 grant at the inaugural Future Food Asia Award (FFAA) today. String Bio converts methane gas into proteins, which are then used to make animal feed.
Announcing the FFAA Grand Prize Winner and the four Startup SG award winners, for a total of S$ 340,000.
String Bio from India wins the US$ 100’000 Grand Prize. Agrint (Israel), Hands Life Science (Hong Kong), Smart AHC (Singapore) and Sophie’s Kitchen (Taiwan) each win a Startup SG Grant