The Corona has hit quite a few entrepreneurs, who have emerged into a new reality where the technology or product they have developed is not suitable for the market. IFF’s innovation program offers startups all the tools to pivot for the foodtech industry. Registration is open
The IFF Corporation’s Innovation Program offers startups the support of the best experts in the world of foodtech and technological and scientific tools that will help accelerate development processes as well as access to a significant global customer network (B2B).
Antiviral work surfaces, close-to-home farming, and food track documentation – these are just some of the fastest-growing podiatech and hedge-tech trends. “” The key to Corona-Podtech’s relationship is control: “Consumers want to know what they eat exactly and how food will affect their health.”
The company purchased in May 2018 by IFF for about $ 7 billion will place emphasis on young startups. The lab, called FoodNxt, invests about one million shekels in each company, giving Frutarom up to 15% of the startup.