Yesterday, we posted about food startups and how they're changing the way we eat and think about food. This has been a driving force of our business, as we are always looking for new trends, both on a national and international scale.
It's important to keep track of what other markets are doing for inspiration, like China's innovative dining scene. But sometimes we find the opposite.
Italy, for example, has recently become infiltrated with food startups that include everything from reducing food waste (SmartGround) to spotting local ingredients (GoodMakers). One of our favorites is Gnammo, a startup that claims itself as the "AirBnB of food," which you can check out here.
This is an interesting trend for Italy considering a lot of what drives its culinary scene is rooted in tradition. It will be interesting to see how these startups will fare and how the food scene will change because of them. Read More on Forbes for the full scoop.