Now, more than ever, we are living in an entrepreneur's world. Oftentimes we find ourselves coming across new startups and ideas that pay, saying, "Why didn't we think of that?" Startups have the power to do that because they challenge the way we think - in a society of constant innovation and always-need-to-be-updated technology, things are changing more rapidly than they used to.
But now startups are also changing the way we eat. We've covered a slew of them: Ghost Food is a food truck that gives consumers a full experience of what food could look like once global warming takes a hold on crops; Fooda is creating opportunities for local restaurants to "pop up" in workplaces, acting almost as a virtual cafeteria; and Amazon's grocery delivery project Amazon Fresh is taking off in Seattle, L.A., and soon NYC. That doesn't even touch upon the bulk of them. But what really goes into a food startup? SF Gate reports on the subject - read more here.