The Food Loves Tech Expo this past weekend in New York City showcased high-tech, food innovations. A variety of technologies, including 3D printing, virtual reality, drones, and mobile apps, are massively disrupting the way we grow food, cook, and eat.A 3D printed, heart-shaped topping made from fruit.
A paste made from crickets, a great source of protein being touted as the future of food.
Bartesian is a “k-cup” alcoholic-beverage machine that works and looks much like a single-cup coffeemaker.
Live crickets as food.
Loliware are cups you can drink from and then eat. They taste like a cross between licorice and a gummy worm and are available in different flavors.
Nima is a portable sensor that tests food for gluten; the sad face means the food contains gluten.
Nufood’s 3D printing robot. 3D printed food is being explored as way to solve world hunger issues and also as a culinary art form.
Oliso’s food vacuum sealer uses patented “punch and seal” technology.
Upicnic is a new app that lets you order a picnic experience.
A solar stove presented by the Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves.