Why Instacart has experienced such rapid growth during this crisis – and why it will continue
Farmbox Direct is a subscription grocery delivery service striving to bring fresh and local produce to homes around America.
“We wanted the ritual of drinking without the consequences of high sugar, high alcohol liquor — And it turns out millennials want the same thing," said Co-Founder and Co-CEO Helena Price Hambrecht. "Nothing in the market worked for us, so we decided to make a new product that's delicious, yes, but also lets us bring the focus of drinking culture back to how we spend time with the people in our lives.”
NotCo is a business based in Chile that creates plant-based alternatives for many different types of food including milk and meat products. Globally, it’s competing with companies such as Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat. NotCo uses an AI-centric approach to […]
In the past, searching for new restaurants has required outbound search by consumers. Beli is changing this by using data and matching algorithms to instead automatically generate unique restaurant options for it's users, giving users personalized recommendations without the typical investment of time and energy.
Food waste is a major problem across the globe. Grocery retailers incur significant costs from this wastage, particularly in the produce category. Walmart is taking this problem head-on with analytics using ‘Eden’: a machine learning algorithm that screens produce for quality and freshness. This post explores Walmart's attempts to improve their food waste process with Eden.
Starbucks rides on DeepBrew (AI based tools) to keep operations efficient, free up time for partners, engage customers, and improve sales
iFood is the leading food delivery platform in Brazil and has expanded into Colombia, Mexico and Argentina. It has fared well on the scalability test. Amidst increased competition in the industry, however, can it ensure profitability and long term sustainability?
Too Good To Go is the world’s leading platform for reducing food wastage. The free smartphone app connects local restaurants, hotels and retail businesses that have unsold, surplus food with local customers.
With quarantines and social distancing happening around the world, grocery delivery has gone from a nice to have to a necessity.