× Business
TelecomHealthcareDigital MarketingERPRetailMedia and EntertainmentOil and GasFood and BeveragesMarketing and AdvertisingBanking and InsuranceMetals and MiningLegalComplianceCryptocurrency
Technology
Big DataCloudIT ServiceSoftwareMobileSecurityNetworkingStorageCyber SecuritySAPData AnalysisloTBio TechQuality AssuranceEducationE-commerceGaming and VFXArtificial Intelligencescience-and-technology
Platform
Cisco DATABASE Google IBM Juniper Microsoft M2M Oracle Red hat Saas SYMANTEC
Leadership
CEO ReviewCMO ReviewCFO ReviewCompany Review
Magazines
US ASIA ARCHIVE
Startups Opinion Yearbook Readers Speak Contact Us

FOOD AND BEVERAGES 

FEATURED

New research by the University of Illinois indicates that red raspberry may be a superfood for diabetes patient

Type-2 diabetes makes the body insulin resistant which results in an incapability to process blood sugar normally. Some of the symptoms associated with type-2 diabetes are tiredness, frequent urinatio...  Read More

siliconreview-raspberries-may-help-to-manage-type-2-diabetes

TRENDING


NEWS

siliconreview-raspberries-may-help-to-manage-type-2-diabetes

New research by the University of Illinois indicates that red raspberry may be a superfood for diabetes patient

Type-2 diabetes makes the body insulin resistant which results in an incapability to process blood sugar normally. Some of the symptoms associated with type-2 diabetes are tirednes...   Read More

siliconreview-starbucks-rival-luckin-coffee-ipo

Starbucks’s biggest rival Luckin Coffee just filed for an IPO

Luckin Coffee, China’s very own homegrown competitor to Starbucks has just filed with the SEC to go public on Nasdaq Stock Market. Being only 18 months old, this is a stunnin...   Read More

siliconreview-scientists-found-a-way-to-make-food-salty-without-adding-much-sodium-

Making the food taste better without excessive sodium content: Scientists come up with a healthier substitute to regular salt

Consuming food with excess salt content is considered a health hazard as it can cause several health issues like bad heart health, high blood pressure, weight gain, etc. This is wh...   Read More

siliconreview-impossible-foods-launches-its-second-gen-burger-at-ces

These no-meat burgers are meatier than ever! The Impossible Burgers 2.0 is a plant-based meat recipe

Meat-based protein has always been there in human’s diet and it is difficult for meat-eaters to switch to vegan burgers. But what if a vegan burger just tastes like a beef bu...   Read More

siliconreview-soylents-new-food-launch

Soylent Introduces a New Snack Alternative Drink Called Bridge

Soylent, an American food brand has rolled out a snack alternative drink and started an innovation lab for food tech start-ups in LA. The announcement was made public on Thursday. ...   Read More

siliconreview-feedr-raises-1-5million-for-a-food-change-among-workers

Healthy Eating: Cloud Canteen Startup Feedr collects £ 1.5million to Provide Good food for Office Employees

There is nothing greater than tasty and healthy food. A start-up which delivers healthy and personalised food to office employees around the UK has been funded by capital firms in ...   Read More

siliconreview-rfid-stickers-could-signal-contaminated-food

Now it is easier to detect contaminated food with RFID stickers

Food safety is one of the most serious concerns. As manual testing of every jar or bottle isn’t feasible, researchers at MIT have found a way to check the contamination of fo...   Read More

siliconreview-burger-kings-implementation-of-tech

Burger King’s Owner catches up on New Technology

Burger King’s Chief Financial Officer – Josh Kobza is given a new task. This task involves new technology that will help the firm grow. The Decision makers feel it&rsqu...   Read More

siliconreview-leak-detection-tech-by-inficon

Leak Detection Technology: INFICON Debuts in North America

Chicago’s Park Expo International had some amazing news and one among them was the Contura S400. Its recent debut in the industry has created quite a buzz. It is based on lea...   Read More

siliconreview-oh-my-green-gets-20m

Oh My Green raises $20 million seed investment

Oh My Green is a startup that works to bring healthy food to offices in and around the U.S. It has raised $20 million from many investors including Powerplant Ventures,ZhenFund, Ba...   Read More


YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE::

ENROLL FOR UPCOMING ISSUE