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The Impact of Social Technology on Food Culture | Connecticut Food & Wine

The Impact of Social Technology on Food Culture | Connecticut Food & Wine | FOODPRINT | Scoop.it
A new study is out, published by The Hartman Group and Publicis Consultants, Clicks & Cravings: The Impact of Social Technology on Food Culture.

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Korean Food Meets Science | Advanced Technology & Design Korea

Korean Food Meets Science | Advanced Technology & Design Korea | FOODPRINT | Scoop.it
#Cooking Korean Food Meets Science | Advanced Technology & Design Korea: Nowadays, my friends from other countri...

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Food Trends for 2013: Technology at the Table, Sour Foods, and Lots of Veggies - Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach - Restaurants and Dining - Clean Plate Charlie

Food Trends for 2013: Technology at the Table, Sour Foods, and Lots of Veggies - Fort Lauderdale and Palm Beach - Restaurants and Dining - Clean Plate Charlie | FOODPRINT | Scoop.it
It's that time of year again -- a chance to see what's in store food-wise, as dozens of publications,...

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Vegetables, Vegetables, Vegetables...

Everyone is saying you can expect to see healthier dishes from chefs, and thanks to increasing demand for healthier food -- coupled with the rising cost of meat -- veggies are the new hot menu item.
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Future Technology Could Eliminate the Need to Eat Food

Future Technology Could Eliminate the Need to Eat Food | FOODPRINT | Scoop.it
By early 2030s, experts predict nanobots will be developed to improve the human digestive system, and by 2040 or before, as radical as this sounds, we could eliminate our need for food and eating.

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Anti-technology Slow Food movement seeks to resolve conflicts ...

Anti-technology Slow Food movement seeks to resolve conflicts ... | FOODPRINT | Scoop.it
In a world dogged by conflicts and wars, the key to peace and reconciliation lies in food, say chefs, small-scale producers and Slow Food campaigners at the world's biggest food fair in Turin. Among the thousands of stalls ...

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Mobile Living and Social Technology to Shape America’s Food Culture in 2013

Mobile Living and Social Technology to Shape America’s Food Culture in 2013 | FOODPRINT | Scoop.it
Seattle, WA  (RestaurantNews.com)  As American lifestyles becomes ever more mobile, foods will go along for the ride, according to industry experts on the Food & Beverage Specialty Team of M (Mobile Living and Social Technology to Shape America’s...

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3 Food + Technology Trends Go Mainstream in 2012 | NEWS.GNOM.ES

3 Food + Technology Trends Go Mainstream in 2012 | NEWS.GNOM.ES | FOODPRINT | Scoop.it
Photo by Fooducate.com This year we saw the “end” of Twinkies, the explosion of caffeinated foods, and even DIY marshmallows .

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Allrecipes 2013 food trend report focuses on home cooks | MNN ...

Allrecipes 2013 food trend report focuses on home cooks | MNN ... | FOODPRINT | Scoop.it
A new report divulges what American families are eating and cooking.
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