BYTES: The Latest in Food/Hospitality Tech- 11-30-16

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11-30-16: Soda Selfies*Travel Tech Cloud Combo*Creating Food Tech Entrepreneurs* A brand new Bag of Muffins* Plus Restaro is in the CHECKOUT.


 FOOD DAZE: Events to Attend |Dates to Celebrate

  • National Mousse Day November 30
  • National French Fried Clam Day December 1
  • National Fritters Day December 2
  • National Peppermint Latte Day     December 3
  • National Cookie Day December 4
Food Holidays Courtesy Foodimentary.com

THE LATEST

selfie-cokeIngenious and “Photogenic” Bottle for Beverage Giant

Coca-Cola has created the First-Ever “Selfie” Bottle. Designed by Coca-Cola Israel for the Coca-Cola Summer Love event in July, the state-of-the-art device attaches to a Coke bottle, then senses the exact moment the bottle reaches a 70-degree tilt before snapping a photo. The selfie then zips off to your Snapchat, along with Coca-Cola Israel’s Facebook and Instagram. Only 10 Coca-Cola Selfie Bottles were created exclusively for Coca-Cola Summer Love, and there are currently no plans to produce more. 


 Travel Tech Companies come together for New Cloud Based Solution

Travelport a leading Travel Commerce Platform, and Nomadis, a global leader in travel and workforce logistics software, have entered into a strategic partnership on a new cloud-based software solution that integrates commercial flights, chartered/private aviation, ground transportation, camp or offshore rig accommodation and workforce management. Nomadis’ software solution will integrate with Travelport’s Travel Commerce Platform that provides unrivalled content and access to more than 400 of the world’s leading network airlines and low cost carriers, 650,000 unique hotel properties, and 36,000 car rental locations.


University to help CREATE Food Tech Entrepreneurs

Clark Atlanta University and its partners will receive a federal grant to launch a groundbreaking university-community initiative, the Clark Russell Entrepreneurship and Technology Ecosystem (CREATE). The money was awarded via the Economic Development Administration’s (EDA) Regional Innovation Strategies (RIS) program and will be used to create 50 new entrepreneurs generating approximately 400 jobs in local food system technology enterprises. Partners in the initiative include the United Negro College Fund (UNCF) and two community partners, the Herman J. Russell Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (RCIE) and the Truly Living Well Center for Natural Urban Agriculture.


Students Invent New Type of Breakfast Muffin

University of Georgia(UGA) food science students have created a bread-free, microwavable breakfast sandwich that, if marketed, would fill a need for consumers on low-carbohydrate or gluten-free diets. Made from quinoa, ham and eggs, the product is high in protein and “somewhat similar” to quiche, said Yao-wen Huang, a food science professor in the UGA College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences. A team of seven students in his “New Food Product Development” class created the Southwestern Breakfast Egg Muffin and won first place in a competition sponsored by DuPont. The company required the new food products entered into the competition, contain at least two DuPont-produced ingredients.


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