Austin – March 12
SXSW Panel Discussion: The Future of Food Delivery. The global food supply chain is rapidly changing, adding new players, challenging the existing structure. The consumer demand for more local and fresh food are drivers that will shape who will produce our food, how they will source ingredients, and the distance between your plate and our future farms. All the points along the supply chain are moving to new ground. Food will be coming from labs, fabs, organic farms, and genetically designed farms. Will this new complexity affect how food moves?
Austin – March 13
The fourth annual Food+City Challenge Prize will be part of SXSW for the first time in 2018. The Food+City Challenge Prize is an international competition among early stage business startups encouraging innovation in the urban food system. Finalists addressing issues such as storage, distribution, packaging, waste, and more, will compete for up to $50,000 in prizes. Cities, corporations and consumers will see the latest developments in food tech.
Austin – March 13
Join Spoon University for the ultimate mashup of food tasting + talks as we come together during SXSW to explore the booming Austin food scene. Hear from food startup entrepreneurs and Mayor Steve Adler, and enjoy free food and incredible cocktails at the bar. Get your tickets here.
San Francisco – March 22-23
Future Food-Tech is acclaimed as the most international gathering of food business leaders, VC investors and food-tech innovators. Part of Rethink Ag & Food Innovation Week, Future Food-Tech San Francisco focuses on transforming innovation and investment in food. Register here.
Atlanta – March 27-28
The AgLanta Conference is a dynamic urban agriculture conference, organized by Agritecture and hosted by the City of Atlanta’s Office of Resilience, to showcase urban and controlled environment agriculture (CEA) innovation, foster community engagement and generate economic development. Register here.