During the Future of Food virtual forum, Jerry and Brick Meets Click CEO and co-founder Bill Bishop discussed the merits of finding opportunities to reach your customers through personalization and choice. Read the whole article on SAP’s Digitalist Mag: The Next Big Thing is Personal
This week on Brick Meets Click, Jerry was interviewed on how personalization can take food to a whole new level within business strategies. Covering the FlavorPrint technology and digitizing taste, Jerry highlighted how FlavorPrint can be beneficial to targeting CPG Brands. Read the whole interview here. Brick Meets Click helps “retailers, suppliers, and technology service providers create the foresight, tools, and relationships they need to grow their businesses.”
No longer a world of Salty, Sweet, Sour, Bitter and Umami. Scientists have discovered what FlavorPrint has known all along, there’s always room for Starches! What exactly are those flavors? FlavorPrint describes it as: Starchy flavors are subtle in corn and white rice but stronger in boiled beans, potatoes and pasta. Though perceived as bland and sometimes difficult to detect, they make great carriers for sauces. Read more at on the original study published at the Oxford Journal.
It’s no surprise to us that Business Insider has named Baltimore #2 in “Hot Startup Cities that aren’t San Francisco or NYC.” With City Garage (founded by Kevin Plank), Betamore and Spark B-more each calling Baltimore home, Baltimore is making a name for itself as a great place to match skilled work force with a cheap low cost of living! See the other cities (that aren’t San Fran or NYC) here.