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Startup of the Week - TableTiger

by: Startacus Admin ~ 13th June 2019
The lowdown on TableTiger, the startup that's aiming to empower restaurant managers and owners to measure and improve their customer experience... If you're a restaurateur, you'll know only too well how vital it is to provide excellent customer service. After all, it often can be a major factor in ensuring that people either return to your business or choose to visit for the first time.If ho...
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Phytoponics wants to make fresh produce abundant

by: Startacus Admin ~ 4th September 2018
Cardiff-based AgriTech startup Phytoponics wants to make fresh produce abundant with their hydroponic solutions that are scalable, profitable, and sustainable. We have written a good few times about agritech, as it is a vital field in which fascinating and exciting developments are being made. From Small Robot Company, innovating the farming industry with AI-controlled robots; to MiAlgae, revolut...
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Wine Picker - the sommelier in your pocket

by: Startacus Admin ~ 16th June 2018
Wine Picker. The pocket sommelier - a social wine app to enjoy food and wine matching!  We’ve all been there. Sitting in a restaurant with friends or family when the time comes to choose the wine. Inevitably there will be some of us avoiding eye contact in the hopes of not being the one handed the wine list; there will be someone honest enough to admit they know nothing about wine; and...
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Butternut Box - Think Gousto but for Dogs

by: Startacus Admin ~ 25th February 2018
The lowdown on the UK startup, Butternut Box that's providing a fresh food delivery service, but for dogs! Dogs. Friendly, loyal, furry, a bit dim, loyal, and friendly. They are, or at least try to be, everyone’s best friend. However, when it comes to feeding them, we often take the ‘that’ll do’ route and get them food somewhere in the lower-middle price range. After all, ...
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Startup of the Week - COLLECTIVfood

by: Startacus Admin ~ 21st February 2018
Like many industries, the food sector has generally always relied very much on the middleman - typically the wholesalers who form the link between retailers and buyers. Whilst this traditional supply chain has served the industry well to date, a little innovation would surely be welcomed, especially when it benefits both restaurateurs and food producers alike. This in essence is at the very core ...
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John Lewis Partnership & L Marks back WeFiFo

by: Startacus Admin ~ 27th November 2017
'Airbnb for your kitchen table' startup WeFiFo have been backed by the John Lewis Partnership and investment specialists L Marks, following WeFiFo’s participation in JLAB, the leading UK retail accelerator programme. Boosting WeFiFo’s mission to bring social eating and communal dining to the UK and beyond, WeFiFo had previously spent 12 weeks on the JLAB programme, working alongside p...
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Come Dine With WeFiFo

by: Startacus Admin ~ 19th September 2017
Have you ever wanted to be a chef but lack the skill? Cook for the less discerning! Have you ever watched Come Dine With Me and thought, ‘I want to do that but without the cameras’? You’ve ruined the TV show but stumbled across the premise of WeFiFo. Kind of. WeFiFo, rather than something an angry giant might say, is short for We Find Food. The idea is that anyone, of any cookin...
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9 Food Tech Startups to Make You Hungry for the Future

by: Startacus Admin ~ 26th July 2016
Food technology covers a range of businesses, from simple delivery to game-changing business ideas. With the world becoming more complicated, more built up, and more unhealthy, it’s hard to exaggerate the importance of some of these food tech businesses. We have already written recently about a couple of food-related startups, Convibo and Mindful Chef, and it inspired us to find some more Fo...
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