This month in food...
Beyond Meat's IPO continues to soar, Nestle tries to get a bite of the market, and it's easy to see why when alternative meats is estimated to grow into a $140bn industry. vertical farming is coming direct to your supermarket , meal-replacement is still a thing, and did you know that $1.45 billion was invested into food startups in 2018?
We've all seen that food has been a hot topic over recent years but it seems to have gotten extra spicy in 2019. The number of new food startups globally is growing as quick as strawberries in a climate-controlled container.
Since setting up FoodHack 3 years ago, the one that’s stayed constant is the number of new food entrepreneurs starting their own business. It’s clear that there’s never been a better time to launch a food startup. Here’s why:
Upcoming Food trends of 2019 in Switzerland and abroad.
Will plant-based meats take over, are robot flipping burgers a near reality, is 2019 the year of sustainable packaging?
We’ve brought on a new partner, welcomed new ambassadors, expanded our events to Zurich and Geneva, hosted over 1000 attendees, and helped connect food entrepreneurs across the country.
Meet the food entrepreneur, Luciana Esteves and her food startup, Le Smart Cake as she tells us about her journey to start her business in Switzerland as a foreigner.
Meet the Swiss wine startup, Wiine as they tell us more about their subscription-based wine service and what it's like to grow a business in Switzerland.
We hunted down the best cookies in Lausanne (including recipes!) Yes, we're talking about delicious barely crispy edges that transition into a chewy moist center with big pockets of delicious gooey chocolate. Check them all out here.
Meet the Swiss coffee startup, Direct Coffee, that are working on simplifying the coffee supply chain and funding social projects along the way.