Will Huge Food Technology Gains Forward Superior Success?
There is always something new happening in the world of food technology. We live in a time of progressive exponential advancement. Eventually, this flow of new gadgets and ideas may slow down. However, for the moment former military tech is being repurposed, Apple is taking a big bite into health and nutrition and Whirlpool is dipping its toes in a new direction. Before immersing yourself in the latest, remember to check out Kitchology’s Eat.Better app for all your dietary needs.
Be All That You Can Be
Before civilians could access GPS in their cars, phones, and other portable devices, the military was on it. Once again we are getting to enjoy the fruits of our armed forces efforts. This go round involves spectral imaging. Within the next two years, and at an affordable price we, like the military and medical industry, will be able to palm special chip technology that allows us to assess if milk powders and other products have gone sour. Sounds like a pretty sweet deal having the power to discover if someone’s tampering with our oranges…
There’s An App For Everything
Next up — food technology is inching us closer and closer to the holy grail of modern medicine. Over the past few years Apple has been working to create a device that reads RFID tags. These tags track nutritional facts about meals as we eat them. That’s right! Now, you’ll be able to know how much calorie damage you’ve committed while still at the table. Better yet, key in what you’re about to eat and imbedded sensors in your personal device will spit out your consumption before you’ve consumed it. That’s one way to stay diet conscious.
Dipping Their Toes Somewhere New
You know food technology shows no signs of slowing down when the world’s largest appliance maker dips its hand deeper into the data world. The Whirlpool Corporation, the parent company of Kitchenaid, just bought the rights to Yummly Inc’s recipe database. What will the giant appliance company do with the latter’s 20 million users? That 100 million dollar question is still on the table. But, apparently both parties are pretty excited about the newest marriage of hardware and software.
As you can see, food technology is spreading faster in new directions. Repurposed technology is finding new applications to benefit the rest of us and big name companies are branching out to make us more aware of how to swallow the whole enchilada. Looks like it’s good to strike while the iron is hot and fridge is cold. There’s still a lot of room at the proverbial table for new discoveries. We just have to figure out how much time is on our side. Share your own timely thoughts on this week’s #food technology with us here @Kitchology and @Kitchenchick123.
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