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18 EpisodesProduced by the team at Evolve.agWebsite's podcast about what's trending in food and food tech.

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Emata is providing loans to African farmers to help them thrive

April 13th, 2023


Emata is a fintech company, based in Uganda, that is providing loans to farmers. While farming represents 80% of the employment in that country, it only makes up only 30% of the economy. It’s extremely hard for farmers …

Dairy industry veterans bet that the future is cow-free

July 7th, 2022


Dennis and JT Cohlmia have been a part of the dairy industry for over 40 years. Their latest venture, Strive Nutrition, is a pivot in a new direction that removes the cow from the equation. Strive Nutrition uses …

Is the future of pest control biologics and bees?

February 22nd, 2022


Bee Vectoring Technologies (BVT) helps farmers achieve greater yields and fight pests with bees. In this episode, I chatted with founder, Ashish …

Why the future of food should be hyperlocal and vertical

December 21st, 2021


In this episode, I interview Craig Ratajczyk, CEO of Crop One--an international vertical farm company. You can find them in grocery stores under the …

Microdrones that mimic bees and measure plants

November 3rd, 2021


In this podcast, I interviewed Siddharth Jadhav, founder and CEO of Polybee--an autonomous microdrone company out of Singapore that is mimicking the …

Urban Greens is turning food miles into food steps at the first vertical farm in the Philippines

August 16th, 2021


In this episode, you'll meet Ralph Becker, founder of Urban Greens in Manila. Inspired by plant factories in Japan, a lack of fresh produce in the Philippines, and DIY hydroponics videos on YouTube, Ralph started Urban …

Greenfield Robotics is getting chemicals out of regenerative agriculture

May 19th, 2021


"No-till," "carbon farming," and "regenerative ag" are buzzwords in agriculture. But did you know these techniques rely heavily on herbicides to …

Reducing food waste one banana at a time

March 31st, 2021


Experts estimate that over ⅓ of the food in America is wasted. In this episode, I interview Valeria from Peel Soft Serve, who is on a mission to help …

What do saltwater vertical farming and sustainable coastlines have in common?

February 26th, 2021


Heron Farms is growing sea beans in their vertical farm and restoring marshland from their home base in Charleston, South Carolina. In this episode, …

Biomilq is making cell-cultured breast milk from dads and moms

January 6th, 2021


What if, in the future, babies could drink breast milk from both of their parents? (No, we're not talking about lactating men.) Research …

Space food for earthlings from Mission: Space Food

November 23rd, 2020


The very first meal that American astronaut John Glenn ate in space consisted of applesauce and sugar tablets. Luckily, what astronauts eat now has …

Dope Coffee's mission goes beyond the beans

August 31st, 2020


Dope Coffee is amplifying Black culture through coffee. While their site sells hand-selected, diverse coffees from around the world, coffee-related …

The future of food waste lies with flies

July 24th, 2020


How do you turn food waste into a viable protein? At Oberland Agriscience, they are feeding food waste to black soldier flies with voracious …

InnerPlant is using plants as sensors to identify problems before they can be seen

May 26th, 2020


In this episode, we interview the founder of InnerPlant, Shely Aronov. Her new technology builds biosensing capabilities into plants that provide …

Shiok Meats is bringing cell-based crustaceans to life

April 6th, 2020


In Singaporean or Malaysian slang, "Shiok" means 'fantastic or delicious'. In this podcast, you'll meet Durga from Shiok Meats, a cell-based, clean meat company based out of Singapore. Their mission is to create …

MetroGrow Hawaii: Honolulu's first vertical farm is serving chefs and scaling up

March 4th, 2020


We interview Kerry Kakazu, a plant scientist in Honolulu, who started Hawaii's first vertical farm called MetroGrow Hawaii. They produce specialty …

TurtleTree Labs: In Singapore, the future of milk is grown from cells not cows

February 7th, 2020


Will we soon look back and laugh about the days when we used to get milk from a cow? The answer is a resounding "yes" if TurtleTree Labs has anything to do with it. Tucked in a Singaporean tech co-innovation space, …

5 food tech trends for 2020 -

January 7th, 2020


Ghost kitchens, adaptogens, and compostable packaging-oh my! These are just a few of the hot new trends in food and food tech you'll start seeing more of this year. We share what's new in food tech and what you'll be …

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