It’s been clear for the last month that coronavirus COVID-19 would spare pretty much no industry, and the food tech spaces we follow are no exception.
From trade show cancellations to the use of food delivery and robotics as a way to avoid infection, we’ve already seen a cascading set of changes that will have an impact across the food tech world for 2020 and possibly beyond.
As we continue to cover this story, we want to hear from you. If you work for, run or are affiliated with any initiative or company in the world food tech and are seeing your business impacted, we’re interested. If you have a story that you think it interesting but don’t want your name or company name revealed, just let us know and we can anonymize your identity or your company’s identity in the story.
We’re interested in hearing any story about how coronavirus has impacted food and kitchen tech related businesses, but we’re especially interested in hearing those stories about how the virus is potentially accelerating the adoption of new and innovative technologies that could have a long-term impact on business as usual.
So if you’ve been impacted or know of a way in which coronavirus is changing food in ways big or small, just drop us a line at email@example.com and tell us more. Let us know if you are ok with us possibly writing a story and if you are ok with attribution or wish to remain anonymous.