Technology and the Movement of Food

Tuesday, October 09, 2018 at 7:30am to 11:30am

EchelonSeaport Sales & Experience Center, 101 Seaport Blvd, 6th Floor, Suite 608, Boston, MA 02210

 

The Boston Seaport today is a vibrant neighborhood, filled with diverse culture, people, and, of course, food. Farmers markets abound and restaurants tout their local food bonafides, but getting food to people where they need it, when they need it, in an economical way, and avoiding food waste, remains a challenge.

Join us for a discussion with Cynthia Graber, host of Gastropod podcast, about the challenges and opportunities for businesses in the current food landscape.

HOSTED BY: Cottonwood Group and MIT designX 

Please note: all HUBweek Open Doors sessions require either a free or paid pass to HUBweek 2018. You can register for a pass here and add this session to your agenda during the registration process.  If you have already registered, you may add this session to your agenda by clicking here.

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Event Type

Community Event

Events By Interest

Entrepreneurship, General

Events By Audience

Public

Tags

hubweek, open doors

Website

https://hubweek.org/

Group
MIT Hubweek Committee
Hashtag

#HUBweek2018

Contact Email

hubweek@mit.edu

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