Is there a way to feed nine billion people on this planet without destroying it? To adequately test foods for bacteria? To obtain meat without killing cattle? Or to make a vegan yogurt that tastes good? Food Tech is a hot industry, and The Kitchen is a Food Tech incubator that successfully confronts some of the industry’s most cutting-edge challenges
The traditional industry has difficulty surviving economically in the modern world of constant development. In contrast, the academic community is eager to leave theory behind, act, and create new products. This is the story of the P3 Consortium, whose success promises a new generation of smart plastic packaging.
In the distant past, medicine relied on plant extracts of a simple kind. But these days, new botanical drugs are in demand. Coming up with them is an important scientific challenge. We introduce two Israeli biotech companies who are successfully meeting that challenge with cutting-edge development efforts
In a world where both market competition and consumer demand are always growing, standing still means losing out or even shutting down. The traditional food industry is now adopting innovation as a value and is dedicating resources for R&D – and the Israel Innovation Authority is helping Israeli players compete in their constantly changing market
Can Israel find a place for itself among the leaders in global Food Tech? The Israel Innovation Authority and Nestlé are two examples of believers – and they are collaborating to meet the challenge of connecting multinational corporations with local start-ups