29th November 2022
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FoodTech 500 Applications Are Open

Forward Fooding FoodTech 500 Applications

Forward Fooding launches its quest to uncover the most promising and impactful AgriFoodTech disruptors of 2022 as part of the fourth edition of the FoodTech 500. 

Forward Fooding is accepting applications for the 2022 edition of FoodTech 500, the ‘Fortune 500’ of the FoodTech sector. AgriFoodtech companies around the world can apply to be featured in the coveted ranking.

Applications are subject to a rigorous standardized review that ranks companies based on business size, digital footprint, and sustainable practices – a proprietary scoring system devised to capture the true pioneers within the sector. 

In addition to the prestige granted from the ranking, FoodTech 500 winners gain access to a global network of industry stakeholders including Fortune 500 F&B companies, investors, and advisors. 

After 3 editions, the FoodTech 500 is becoming a reference benchmark for the industry. It has generated applications from 5,500+ AgriFoodTech startups & scaleups globally, and featured some of the biggest names in the sector including companies like Infarm, Ynsect, Imperfect Foods, NotCo, Too Good To Go, Plenty, and many more.

The 2021 edition in numbers:

  • 2,250+ applications from startups & scaleups across the food value chain.
  • 85 countries – a truly global representation.
  • 7 unicorns & 10 IPO’d
  • 350M+ monthly readership across 150+ countries via media coverage from 40+ media partners 

Startups can apply here for their chance to be part of 2022’s ranking.

Applications close 15th of November 2022 and the full list of winners will be announced in Q1 2023.

CEO of Forward Fooding, Alessio D’Antino stated:

“We created the FoodTech 500 to shine a light on the leading global innovators across AgriFoodTech, those who are creating powerful solutions to heal and transform our food system. We are thrilled to launch the 2022 edition of The FoodTech 500 to reveal the companies that will become global mainstays.”

Image provided by Forward Fooding.

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