In the last five years, the food industry has undergone a profound transformation. From the production and distribution of raw materials to restaurants and consumer styles, an authentic “revolution” is underway redefining each aspect of the food experience, along with the entire industry: it is shaping services, orienting markets and shifting borders.
Digital technologies are leveraging this transformation and today, unsurprisingly, in the wake of the Internet of Things, we now refer to the Internet of Food, a neologism comprising everything that derives from the fusion of food and digital technology.
The potential of this has inevitably attracted the attention of many investors who have decided to bet on numerous new companies based on highly innovative ideas and services: in the US, in Europe and in Asia.
In an attempt to understand what is happening in the food world and which future trends could emerge, Fine Dining Lovers presents an overview of the most promising start-ups of the Internet of Food: the pattern of investments may in fact be viewed as a reliable indicator of the decisions destined to determine the next market trends and consumer styles in the coming years.
This report makes no claim to being exhaustive, but we believe we can offer our readers a service with this research and selection of useful data and information, in the hope that it may also be useful to those contemplating the future of food.
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