Healthy, Active & Sustainable Living

The Future of Food

By Benzi Ronen What does the future of food look like? The other week, former Vice President Al Gore and 40 entrepreneurs and CEOs in the food industry convened in London to try and answer just that. I was incredibly honored to be invited as one of the guests at the Future of Food round table. It was eye-opening to spend the day … [Read more...]

Farmigo Brings the Famers Market Online, Ups the Bottom Line for Local Farmers

Gotham Greens, an urban agriculture company, is one of the small businesses that works with Farmigo. Gotham Greens utilizes four commercial-scale rooftop greenhouses in New York City and Chicago for its production. They focus primarily on leafy greens and herbs because they’re the things that travel the furthest, says Nicole Baum, marketing manager … [Read more...]

Delivery Costs Are Devouring Food Startups

Food tech is big these days — Grubhub, Blue Apron, Instacart — but pretty web design and polished communication strategies aren’t enough to build a sustainable food business. No company will provide attractive gross margins without creating and executing a sustainable new paradigm for food delivery. It comes down to perishability: Fresh food … [Read more...]

2015 at Farmigo

2015 was an amazing year, and we couldn't be more grateful to have spent it working hard with fantastic people to change the way we eat! 2015 at Farmigo from Farmigo on Vimeo. … [Read more...]

Groceries Are The Biggest Untapped Opportunity In E-Commerce

Business Insider, 12/10/14 -- Grocery shopping hasn’t changed for more than 90 years. Most traditional supermarkets still look like this — large indoor spaces that look like warehouses where people have to drive to, and pick and pack their own items. Americans spend more than $600 billion a year on food and beverages, making it the … [Read more...]

Online Farm to Table

As seen on Katie Sheehan-Lopez buys locally produced foods whenever possible, but it can be challenging. Now she gets farm fresh food from a website called Farmigo. Shoppers can order fruit, produce, meats, yogurt, breads…from farmers and food producers in their area. "it's very easy to use. You get to look at a … [Read more...]