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A New Online Grocer Helps Feed Hungry Families
Thrive Market says it now helps feed over 1,000 families each month.
Tech Companies Continue to ‘Innovate’ With New Tap-Water Subscription Service
Reefill charges a monthly fee for access to glorified water fountains.
Latest Attempt to ‘Disrupt’ Bodegas Is a Self-Driving Corner Store on Wheels
Robomart is trying to offer users a vast curbside array of produce and baked goods.
‘Rooffee,’ the First Coffee for Dogs, Raises Plenty of Questions
That head-scratching name is just the first of many.
this is a bad idea
Silicon Valley, Please Stay Away From My Bodega
A new start-up promises to disrupt corner stores.
Trendy New Meal-Kit Service Requires Buying a $400 ‘Smart Oven’
Tovala thinks the future is baking everything in a Wi-Fi-enabled combi oven.
Pet Owners Can Rejoice at Cat Wine Tastings
Fluffy can now decide if she wants the Mëow & Chandon or a Catbernet.
Munchery Is the Latest Food-Delivery Start-up to Admit to Struggling
It’s not the only one having a hard time.
A New Report Shows Just How Hard the Food-Delivery Business Really Is
A leaked document from Maple paints a revealing, and thought-provoking, portrait.
This Organic Edible Coating Can Quintuple the Shelf Life of Fruit
Apeel creates an “imperceptible” barrier from plant by-products that slows down decay.
The ‘CHiP’ Promises to Be the Keurig of Cookies
It offers 27 types of ten-minute pod cookies.
Blue Apron Shipped Food for 3 Years Without Proper Government Approval
It registered last month, three days after a damning report came out.
Second Blue Apron Warehouse Supposedly Plagued by Ongoing Violence
A New York
report claims Jersey’s distribution center is “a real fight club.”
Did Blue Apron’s Fast Growth Create Sweatshoplike Conditions in Its Warehouse?
A report says violence, safety violations, and low pay plague the meal-kit service’s Bay Area fulfillment center.
A Start-Up Invented a Way to Make Foods Less Sugary Using Mushrooms
MycoTechnology says fungi mask the bitter taste found in most sweet foods.
Former White House Chef Sam Kass Has Joined a Silicon Valley Start-up
He’s now the “chief consumer experience officer” for Innit, a company that aims to make every American a better cook.
There’s Now an Ecofriendly Way to Carbonate Soda
A Swiss start-up says it’s in the middle of finalizing deals with Big Soda.
This Start-up Wants to Be the Uber of Grilled Cheese
“We’re thinking drones.”
Roy Choi and Daniel Patterson Are Crowd-Funding the Final $150K for Their
René Redzepi thinks it’s a great idea.
In-Home Chef Service Kitchit Raised $7.5 Million to Put Prix Fixe on More Tables
It will use funds to expand to more cities and beef up its same-day dinner service.
David Chang Will Launch His Own Food-Delivery Start-up
The goal: Get food to your door in 15 minutes flat.
Cricket Protein Bars Just Secured $1 Million in Funding
Is it time to eat bugs now?
Anthony Weiner’s Next Job: Restaurant Owner
The project is called Rockaway Restoration Kitchen.
14 New York Tech Start-Ups With Pretty Great Food and Drink Perks
Free drip coffee, Parm sandwiches, and Kegerators: all in a day’s work.
New Venture TableHost Says It Can Get You In. Can It?
New reservation service.
New Start-up Treatful Aims to Be the Kinder, Gentler Groupon
The Bay Area-based start-up sells virtual gift cards on behalf of restaurants, but isn’t a deal site.