BYTES: TRENDING NEWS IN FOOD+TECH- 07-25-16

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Kellogg Company starts VC Fund for Startups; Savannah gets new high-tech chilled cargo facility; Coke subsidiary launches new Food App; Robot Arm aids Disabled Diners and more

Kellogg Company Establishes Venture Capital Fund to Support Growth

Kellogg Company recently announced that it is establishing eighteen94 capital (1894) to make minority investments in companies pursuing next-generation innovation, bolstering access to cutting-edge ideas and trends.  The investment mandate includes start-up businesses pioneering new ingredients, foods, packaging, and enabling technology. For more information about eighteen94 capital, please visit www.1894capital.com.

PortFresh delivering new chilled cargo logistics capacity

A new Georgia-based company called PortFresh Logistics has announced plans to build a 100,000 square-foot high-tech cold treatment facility dedicated to perishable cargoes imported through the Port of Savannah. The facility, slated to open in late summer 2016, will strengthen Savannah in its role as a new entry point for South American produce.

Coca Cola Subsidiary launches new Food App

Farmsquare is a new app developed by Coca-Cola subsidiary Del Valle that aims to connect people looking for healthy food with growers that are looking to place extra stock in a good home.

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