Eatable Adventures’ Top 10 FoodTech Headlines of 2021
As 2021 is coming to an end, Eatable Adventures has created a compilation of the Top 10 Foodtech news. Additionally, you can download the report “The State of Foodtech in Spain” – presented this month – and learn about every great evolution that has undergone this industry and how it has tripled its investments in the last year.
Top 10 FoodTech Headlines of 2021
- Eatable Adventures launches a €50 million Fund for investing in Early-stage food and Agriculture Tech startups. The fund will make early and growth-stage investments targeting the most disruptive startups in food and agriculture tech across Europe and Latin America.
- The World’s First Incubator for the Dairy sector was launched by Pascual Innoventures in collaboration with Eatable Adventures. Mylkcubator becomes the first international incubator focused on the detection and development of highly innovative startups in the dairy industry.
- The Future is Cultured Meat. Cell culture production is one of the most promising trends, which will allow the development of functional and personalized products. Cultured meat is expected to account for 35% of meat industry consumption within 20 years.
- The Forward-thinking Projects Expected to Revolutionize the Bakery world. Baking the Future, the world’s first bakery acceleration program hosted by Europastry, has singled out three revolutionary startups from hundreds of hopefuls, which are expected to change the bakery space.
- The Spain Foodtech program aims to support the development of Foodtech projects with a solid technological base. Spain is coming out as one of the leading countries in Foodtech in Europe and even on a global level; the market has developed significantly in the past few years and is having enormous momentum.
- Madrid Food Innovation Hub is a Pioneering Experience in the World. The business incubator Madrid Food Innovation Hub was born with the mission of promoting disruptive food technologies and revolutionizing the global food industry in order to become a European reference center.
- The 10 Startups that are developing Plant-based Seafood Substitutes. Seafood is gaining a lot of traction with the rise of alternative proteins in the industry and startups are focusing on developing more sustainable products from algae and plant-based proteins.
- The Future of Food: Fungi and Robots Rule. From fermentation to robots, the future of food and how the world eats are dramatically changing. Here are some of the most exciting innovations on the horizon. Sustainability will definitely remain a trend in 2022.
- The 6 Startups that are using Mushrooms as an innovative solution in the Foodtech field. Companies in Foodtech are also harnessing mushroom fermentation to develop more sustainable food. Mushroom-based protein seems to be catching up with plant-based and cell-based solutions in popularity.
- Cultivated Meat: Out of the Lab, into the Frying Pan. Cultured meat has the potential to replicate the taste, texture, smell, nutritional composition and appearance of conventional meat. Making cultivated meat a $25 billion global industry by 2030 presents opportunities within and beyond today’s food industry
Spain has one of the most advanced Foodtech ecosystems in the world, growing exponentially year after year. Eatable Adventure’s quantitative study “The State of Foodtech in Spain 2021” clearly demonstrates the country’s strengths by analyzing several different areas within the sector.
Discover the answers to questions such as How has Foodtech evolved in the last year? and What are the keys to improving the competitiveness of the food industry in Spain?
Download the report here