Evolve.ag

Evolve.ag

By The team at Evolve.ag
Evolve.ag's podcast about what's trending in food and food tech.
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MetroGrow Hawaii: Honolulu's first vertical farm is serving chefs and scaling up
We interview Kerry Kakazu, a plant scientist in Honolulu, who started Hawaii's first vertical farm called MetroGrow Hawaii. They produce specialty crops, like herbs, corn shoots, butter lettuce, and an extra-salty ice plant, using hydroponics and aeroponics. Learn why chefs and customers love their products so much that they're expanding to a larger location (where they will sell food to the public too!) Hear some of the challenges and rewards of building a vertical farm on Oahu. For more fun and food-related content, check out our site at www.evolve.ag. 
18:26
March 4, 2020
TurtleTree Labs: In Singapore, the future of milk is grown from cells not cows
Will we soon look back and laugh about the days when we used to get milk from a cow? The answer is a resounding "yes" if TurtleTree Labs has anything to do with it. Tucked in a Singaporean tech co-innovation space, TurtleTree Labs is growing milk, cellularly, in a lab. Inspired by a lack of clean, raw milk in the region, they are producing fluid milk identical to what comes out of a cow, or a human, or even a snow leopard. Learn how they plan to introduce this to the market from inside-out and make a global impact.
15:59
February 7, 2020
5 food tech trends for 2020 - Evolve.ag
Ghost kitchens, adaptogens, and compostable packaging-oh my! These are just a few of the hot new trends in food and food tech you'll start seeing more of this year. We share what's new in food tech and what you'll be snacking on in 2020. Get the scoop on our top 5 food trends: Customizable nutrition Food delivery that exceeds your expectations and the rise of ghost kitchens Local, vertical, traceable goodness Packaging that's better for you and the environment The new kale: chickpeas, seaweed, CBD, and more!
12:00
January 7, 2020