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Results of The Food Hackathon 2017
The wide range of expertise gathered is what makes the hackathon special. The teams consisted of a mix of professions - agronomists, food engineers, programmers and economists - people with different professions and backgrounds, but with the commitment to the food we eat as a common denominator.
Six different concept of how we produce, distribute and consume food in a more sustainable and safe way was the result when the Food Hackathon by Krinova was held January 27-29th. For 48 hours, more than 40 participants from 20 different countries developed the following concepts and embryos for business ideas:
Zita box: a box to transport fruits and vegetables in southern countries. The design structure is more convenient than existent because it is adaptable and strong. The box is possible to 3D-print and the aim is to decrease post-harvest and transport losses (won the category “Idea with the most impact”).
Pool.farm: a platform to connect with your neighbour and make your groceries (farm, producer) together in order to avoid unnecessary transport (won the category “Audience choice”).
Make a bite: an app that will help you include more plant based food in your recipes. According to your preferences can choose the sustainable impact of your food with a specific ‘green’ scale (from meat meal to vegan).
Edugreen: facilities and easy learning about circular urban farming. Imagine a perfect combination of an insect farm, a compost, collection of rain water and much more, to feed your near neighbourhood.
Need: a scanner, the size of a pen, that can warn if food on your plate contains any of the substances you are allergic to (won the category ”The most innovative idea”).
Lazer: a technology that makes it possible to distinguish copies of food from the authentic originals. (won the category ”The idea with the greatest potential”)
Titti Qvarnström, head chef at Bloom in the Park bloominthepark.se
Nina Christensson, owner of the restaurants Smak and Bastard http://smak.info
Per Anders Jörgensen, editor in chief and photographer at Fool Magazine www.fool.se
Lotta Jörgensen editor in chief and art director at Fool Magazine www.fool.se
Åke Högman, communication strategist at FEW Agency fewagency.se
The SEK 50,000 prize is split into three categories. One winner could grab them all – or we could have four winners. The jury and the audience will decide.
The categories are…
1. Most Innovative Idea
“Wow! I haven’t seen that before!” This award goes to the idea which, to the greatest extent, brings something new to the world of sustainable foods.
2. Idea with the Biggest Impact
“Wowza! This thing is HUGE!” World-changing ideas should be rewarded, and this award goes to the project that dares to think BIG.
3. Idea with the Most Potential
“This could really work!” This award goes to the idea with the most realistic potential. Can the team deliver? Is there a profitable business model sufficient to sustain a real business?
4. Audience Choice
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