Lots of recent coverage of food startups. Check these out:
- Calorific: I LOVE this concept. Favorite quote: “The truth is, most people eat junk and know that it’s junk,” says WorkSmart Labs co-founder Aterm Petakov in an email. “What they need is a way to be held accountable for those choices and change them over time. It’s an idea that’s very counter to the Type A/engineer-driven calorie counting that’s on the market today. This makes it very polarizing, but after people use it for some time, they love it.” http://mashable.com/2011/07/31/calorific-for-iphone/
- Grubwithus: the real world’s answer to Stanford GSB’s in-demand small group dinners: http://venturebeat.com/2011/08/01/grubwithus-redesign/
- Blissmo Box: I’ve gotten the box for two months now. Some definite merits, though not sure I’m a lifetime customer… http://techcrunch.com/2011/08/02/blissmobox-wants-to-help-consumers-discover-organic-and-eco-friendly-products/
- Foodspotting: “Whether it’s the best street food in Vietnam or what to order to impress a girl on a first date, there are thousands of ways in which Foodspotting helps users make smart culinary decisions in their day-to-day lives. We help our users discover what’s possible.” http://mashable.com/2011/08/02/soraya-darabi-foodspotting/
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