HOMECQUE FUNCTIONAL APPAREL & GEAR Proudly made in NYC. Excerpt via New York Times Introducing, the World’s Chicest Apron This apron dress from HOMECQUE, a new label, is a chic solution to a long day in the kitchen. The waterproof, stain resistant wrap design is made from eco-friendly silicone leather and comes in savory-sounding colors called stilton […]
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Take a look inside the entrepreneur-fueled coffee arms race, which has attracted more than $300 million in venture capital.
In nearly every state, you can sign up for Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) networks and get fresh veggies delivered to your doorstep. The kale and cucumbers that come in those weekly cardboard boxes support hard-working local farmers and are often cheaper than the organic grocery aisle. But soon those wholesome snack packs will include a […]
PASTE interviews the CEO of Nootrobox
Between robots providing delivery service to pizza-dispensing ATMs making their way into the United States, this year saw both highs and lows in food technology and innovation.
The top 10 things foodies have been pinning in recent weeks, indicating that these foods will probably be HUGE in 2017.
When robots inevitably take over our planet, as the dystopian vision of science fiction writers foretells, well lose our jobs, our freedom, our humanity. Theyre already making it in a commercial kitchen in the heart of Silicon Valley: Two robots named Pepe and Giorgio squirt sauce on dough, and another robot, Marta, spreads it. A […]
“Circle V is more than a music festival; it’s a movement. By spotlighting vegan food, speakers, and artists, we hope this event inspires and empowers people to take action to make the world a kinder place for animals.” Nathan Runkle, President, Mercy For Animals On Sunday, October 23rd over 2,000 festivalgoers gathered in Hollywood at the Fonda […]
Founder and CEO Rob Rhinehart invented the first iteration of Soylent in 2013 as part of an experiment to swap food for raw ingredients to save time and money.
Juicero is the latest expression of the techno-utopian trend in Silicon Valley where believers are convinced that technology can improve anything, even one of nature’s most elementary foodstuffs.
This year SouthBy, as the festival is known, feels like a story of how the tech ethos has escaped the bounds of hardware and software. Tech is turning into a culture and a style, one that has spread into new foods and clothing, and all other kinds of nonelectronic goods. Tech has become a lifestyle brand.
Drawing on insights gathered from our Field Agents, “Pulp Lab Presents” allows viewers to infiltrate niche trends they might not otherwise have the chance to experience.