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A podcast about foodtech and the future of food brought to you by The Spoon. Formerly known as the SmartKitchen Show.

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A podcast about foodtech and the future of food brought to you by The Spoon. Formerly known as the SmartKitchen Show.

    Food Tech Live: Beyond Launches 3.0

    Food Tech Live: Beyond Launches 3.0

    It's another weekly news round up with the Spoon team and this week's special guest, Ron Shigeta.

    The stories/topics we discuss this week include:

    *Beyond Meat to Launch Newest Version of its Burgers in U.S. Stores Next Week

    *Singapore is Becoming the Global Future Food Hub

    *Food Waste Innovation is Having a Moment

    *Space Food

    As always, find more Food Tech Shows at The Spoon (www,.thespoon.tech).

    • 42 min
    Exploring Space Food

    Exploring Space Food

    Let's talk space food!

    As NASA prepares to send astronauts into space for years to reach far-flung places like Mars, one of the biggest challenges will be feeding them. Prepackaged meals-ready-to-eat won't cut it for years in space as astronauts will need to find ways to create fresh food that provides the balance nutrition required for long-term health and productivity in the most challenging of work environments.

    To talk about the current state of space food and where it's going in the future, our guests for this show include:

    -Anjan Contractor, CEO of BeeHex - BeeHex created a 3D pizza printer for NASA

    -Dane Gobel - the operations administrator for the Deep Space Food Challenge, a NASA Centennial challenge to find innovative new ways to feed space travelers.

    As always, you can find more Food Tech Show podcasts at www.thespoon.tech

    • 58 min
    Food Tech Show Live: Robot Beer Servers & Home Delivered Cultured Meat

    Food Tech Show Live: Robot Beer Servers & Home Delivered Cultured Meat

    The usual gang of Jenn Marston, Chris Albrecht & Michael Wolf got together this week to talk food tech with special guest Riana Lynn, longtime food tech entrepreneur and CEO of Journey Foods.

    The stories discuss this week include:

    -Robot servers are now bringing drinks and overpriced food to Houston Rockets fans at Toyota Center

    -Amazon is bringing Palm Pay to WholeFoods

    -Eat Just has notched another first with cultured meat in that they are going to be the first to deliver it to a consumer's home

    -Clara Foods is partnering up with ABInBev's innovation arm to scale up production of their animal-free egg products using microbial fermentation

    Find more Spoon podcasts at www.thespoon.tech

    • 53 min
    Food Tech Show Live: Bugs as Food, Mycelium Whole Cuts

    Food Tech Show Live: Bugs as Food, Mycelium Whole Cuts

    The Spoon team got together for another Food Tech Wrap-up live Clubhouse edition.

    This week we discussed:

    -Yes, Mealworms Are Gross. Here's Why They Matter
    -Territory Foods Chef-Created Prepared Meal Subscription Service
    -Atlast Food Co.'s Whole Cut Plant-Based Meat Analogues
    -The Self-Driving Delivery Explosion

    As always, you can join these podcast recordings live on Friday in Clubhouse. Just follow the Food Tech Live room and be there at 1 Pacific on Fridays.

    • 57 min
    Talking About the Future of Food With Seth Goldman

    Talking About the Future of Food With Seth Goldman

    For most, founding one of the original better-for-you brands in Honest Tea would be enough of a life achievement. For Seth Goldman, it meant he was just getting started.

    Nowadays as the Chairman of Beyond Meat and founder of plant-based snack brand Eat the Change and plant-based fast food chain PLNT Burger, Seth Goldman thinks a lot about the future of food.

    We talk about how alt-protein and the future food space has evolved in recent years, the crazy valuations for startups, and where he thinks the market for these new alternatives to animal agriculture are going.

    • 1 hr 3 min
    A Conversation with Eat Just's Josh Tetrick

    A Conversation with Eat Just's Josh Tetrick

    Eat Just founder and CEO Josh Tetrick is inarguably one of the leading pioneers in the future of food. In this interview, The Spoon's Jenn Marston talks with Josh about the company's recent milestones and where he sees alt-protein going in the future.

    • 27 min

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