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Foodie Friends check out FOOD LOVES TECH event in NYC

New York, NY – June 11, 2016: Scenes from the Food Loves Tech festival, hosted by Edible Manhattan and Vayner Media.  CREDIT: Clay Williams for Edible Manhattan.  © Clay Williams / claywilliamsphoto.com



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Who: Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn
What: Second Annual Food Loves Tech
Where: Industry City, 220 36th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232
When: Friday, November 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, November 4 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

FOOD LOVES TECH: TOUCHING THE FOOD CHAIN OF TOMORROW, TODAY
Presented by Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn

(New York, NY) Food Loves Tech (FLT) is an education-by-entertainment innovation expo powered by Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn.  The future of food and drink innovators will unite thought-leaders and enthusiasts at Industry City (220 36th Street, Brooklyn, NY 11232) on November 3 and November 4 to experience what’s ahead.  It’s a first-of-its-kind event that is arranged as a series of experiential exhibits that links multiple immersive installations, technologies, tastings, leadership panels and dining experiences to explore and celebrate the future of food through technology and innovation.

The expo will feature five exhibits. “In the Field and Sea” will focus on how we can support farmers, how to improve environmental sustainability and feed a growing population in the face of climate change.  Exhibit sponsors, include:  Edenworks; Gotham Greens; Smallhold; Spira; AeroFarms; The Honest Bison; Koppert Cress USA; Australis Aquaculture; and Billion Oyster Project.  “In the Home” will explore how tech can improve personal eating habits. From kitchen gadgets to behavioral hacks, discussions will focus on the various innovations aiming to help us make smarter decisions about what and how we eat and cook.  Exhibit sponsors, include:  Google Home; Nima; Vitamix; Curious Elixers; SproutsIO; Daily Harvest; HelloFresh; and SeedSheets.  “In the City” will walk through our city space to see how tech companies are changing our worlds of food, like when will drones deliver our groceries? Will robots and 3D printers replace chefs? And how is buying better food going to become more convenient?  Exhibit sponsors, include:  Impossible Foods; TouchBistro, Inc.; Raisin: The Natural Wine App; Square Roots; GroGreen; and Toast Ale.  “On the Horizon” will consider what the next generation of farming, cooking, shopping, eating and drinking holds for us, from AI to VR, there are tons of transformative opportunities.  Exhibit sponsors, include:  Genuine Origin Coffee; Givaudan; KabaQ 3D Food; BeeHex; Loacher USA; and Baldor.  Finally, the “Bazaar.” After delving into each exhibit, the Bazaar will be an area to “taste the future,” showcasing some of the city’s most innovate food and drink makers who will share cutting edge tastes and concoctions exclusive to FLT. Innovators include Green Mountain Energy; Wainscott Main Wine and Spirits; Great Performances; Foundation for New York’s Strongest; FoodFutureCo.; Proud Pour; Califia Farms; eatCultured; Seek; Purity Organic; Misha; Chobani Food Incubator; Health-Ade Kombucha; Oatly; Arcane Distilling; eatCultured; and Selffee.

Panels led by industry experts will take place every hour over the course of two days. Topics of conversation will include:

How Should We Grow Food for the Future?
How Can Tech Help Save Our Oceans?
CIRSPR, GMO or No: Genetics’ Role in the Food Supply
High Hopes: Can Vertical Agriculture Help Us Produce More Food, More Sustainability?
How Will We Buy Groceries in 2050?
How Can Technology Help Make Us Better Home Cooks?
From Online Reservations to Robot Chefs: What’s the Future of the Restaurant?
How Can Technology Help Mitigate Food Waste?
How Should We Design Food for the Future?
Next-Gen Food and AG Tech

To add a more “edible” element to the second annual expo, Edible Manhattan and Edible Brooklyn have partnered with Union Square Hospitality Group and Great Performances. The two celebrated industry veterans will showcase exclusive dishes and drinks as prepared by their innovative chefs and mixologists.  In addition, some of the top chefs of New York City will be on-site to share their thoughts, whether it be by panel or by demonstration.  Featured chefs include, Mike Anthony of Gramercy Tavern; Suzanne Cupps, Untitled; Michael Chernow, Seamore’s; Brad Farmerie, Saxon + Parole; Nicole Gajadhar, Saxon + Parole; and Winton Chiu, Bonbite.

Tickets to attend cost $75 per person and can be purchased online at http://bit.ly/FoodLovesTech17.

Event Partners include: Industry City; FeedFeed; AG Funder; Cool Hunting; Food Tech Connect; MOLD; New York City Food Policy Center at Hunter College; Food Bytes by Rabobank; James Beard Foundation; and FoodTank.

“Future of the Cocktail,” sponsored by Belvedere Vodka, will kick-off the weekend on Friday, November 3 from 6 to 8:30 p.m. The celebratory evening is a separate ticketed event that will highlight some of the New York City’s top mixologists who will be pouring custom cocktails made with cutting edge ingredients with special appearances by countertop bartenders, wine pairing software, quality tracking sensors and beer brewing robots. Tickets cost $100 per person and are available at http://bit.ly/FutureOfTheCocktail17. Vendor partners include Gramercy Tavern; Gotham Greens; Proud Pour; Selffee; Arcane Distilling; Vitamix; Curious Elixers and PicoBrew.

New York, NY – June 11, 2016: Scenes from the Food Loves Tech festival, hosted by Edible Manhattan and Vayner Media.  CREDIT: Clay Williams for Edible Manhattan.  © Clay Williams / claywilliamsphoto.com


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