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Reading Roundup: November 5th, 2019

This week in food news, competing brands are coming together in the name of environmentalism, vouching for healthier vending machine options and working together to help end food waste. Plus, an inside look at America’s shared love affair with Costco.

Reading Roundup: November 5th, 2019

It's November: the season of giving thanks; of putting our differences aside and coming together. This week in food news, competing brands are coming together in the name of environmentalism, vouching for healthier vending machine options and working together to help end food waste. Plus, an inside look at America's shared love affair with Costco.

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Here's a rundown:

Embattled WeWork opens San Francisco co-working space for food startups (The San Francisco Chronicle)

There're food incubators, and then there's WeWork Food Labs, a disruptive new one-stop incubator and accelerator program. Get an inside look, and see how you can get involved.

Hold on to your honey buns: American vending machines are getting healthier (The Washington Post)

Vending machines are about to get a whole lot more, well, whole. Learn more about America's $25 billion vending industry and the push for better-for-you snack options.

Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Dr. Pepper team up for recycled plastics drive (GreenBiz)

See how the American Beverage Association is bringing together top beverage purveyors (Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Kuerig Dr. Pepper among others) in an effort to cut back on plastic waste. Because when it comes to sustainability, we're all in this together.

What we'll be eating in 2021, according to robots (Food Business News)

Surely you've heard of cauliflower pizza, but what about chickpea pizza? And you know about the flexitarian diet, now get ready for the climatarian diet. These are just a couple of the trends we can expect to see in the coming years, according to artificial intelligence. See what else we can expect in this roundup from Food Business News.

Huel: The Meat Alternative Of The Future (The Dieline)

Huel stands at the crossroads of three major trends: plant-based beverages, on-the-go, convenient nutrition and sustainable packaging. And people are drinking it up (literally).

How Costco's $1.50 hot dogs and free samples helped rake in billions (CNBC)

Americans are crazy for Costco. And for the brands lucky enough to get a spot on shelves, that's a lucrative opportunity. Get an inside look at how this big-box retailer is dominating grocery.

BONUS: Get an inside look at the new nonprofit Upcycled Food Association (LinkedIn)

Did we miss any news? You can always let us know.

It's November: the season of giving thanks; of putting our differences aside and coming together. This week in food news, competing brands are coming together in the name of environmentalism, vouching for healthier vending machine options and working together to help end food waste. Plus, an inside look at America's shared love affair with Costco.

Want to be the first to know all the latest trending topics in food business? Sign up for our newsletter!

Here's a rundown:

Embattled WeWork opens San Francisco co-working space for food startups (The San Francisco Chronicle)

There're food incubators, and then there's WeWork Food Labs, a disruptive new one-stop incubator and accelerator program. Get an inside look, and see how you can get involved.

Hold on to your honey buns: American vending machines are getting healthier (The Washington Post)

Vending machines are about to get a whole lot more, well, whole. Learn more about America's $25 billion vending industry and the push for better-for-you snack options.

Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Dr. Pepper team up for recycled plastics drive (GreenBiz)

See how the American Beverage Association is bringing together top beverage purveyors (Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Kuerig Dr. Pepper among others) in an effort to cut back on plastic waste. Because when it comes to sustainability, we're all in this together.

What we'll be eating in 2021, according to robots (Food Business News)

Surely you've heard of cauliflower pizza, but what about chickpea pizza? And you know about the flexitarian diet, now get ready for the climatarian diet. These are just a couple of the trends we can expect to see in the coming years, according to artificial intelligence. See what else we can expect in this roundup from Food Business News.

Huel: The Meat Alternative Of The Future (The Dieline)

Huel stands at the crossroads of three major trends: plant-based beverages, on-the-go, convenient nutrition and sustainable packaging. And people are drinking it up (literally).

How Costco's $1.50 hot dogs and free samples helped rake in billions (CNBC)

Americans are crazy for Costco. And for the brands lucky enough to get a spot on shelves, that's a lucrative opportunity. Get an inside look at how this big-box retailer is dominating grocery.

BONUS: Get an inside look at the new nonprofit Upcycled Food Association (LinkedIn)

Did we miss any news? You can always let us know.

It's November: the season of giving thanks; of putting our differences aside and coming together. This week in food news, competing brands are coming together in the name of environmentalism, vouching for healthier vending machine options and working together to help end food waste. Plus, an inside look at America's shared love affair with Costco.

Want to be the first to know all the latest trending topics in food business? Sign up for our newsletter!

Here's a rundown:

Embattled WeWork opens San Francisco co-working space for food startups (The San Francisco Chronicle)

There're food incubators, and then there's WeWork Food Labs, a disruptive new one-stop incubator and accelerator program. Get an inside look, and see how you can get involved.

Hold on to your honey buns: American vending machines are getting healthier (The Washington Post)

Vending machines are about to get a whole lot more, well, whole. Learn more about America's $25 billion vending industry and the push for better-for-you snack options.

Coca-Cola, Pepsi and Dr. Pepper team up for recycled plastics drive (GreenBiz)

See how the American Beverage Association is bringing together top beverage purveyors (Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, Kuerig Dr. Pepper among others) in an effort to cut back on plastic waste. Because when it comes to sustainability, we're all in this together.

What we'll be eating in 2021, according to robots (Food Business News)

Surely you've heard of cauliflower pizza, but what about chickpea pizza? And you know about the flexitarian diet, now get ready for the climatarian diet. These are just a couple of the trends we can expect to see in the coming years, according to artificial intelligence. See what else we can expect in this roundup from Food Business News.

Huel: The Meat Alternative Of The Future (The Dieline)

Huel stands at the crossroads of three major trends: plant-based beverages, on-the-go, convenient nutrition and sustainable packaging. And people are drinking it up (literally).

How Costco's $1.50 hot dogs and free samples helped rake in billions (CNBC)

Americans are crazy for Costco. And for the brands lucky enough to get a spot on shelves, that's a lucrative opportunity. Get an inside look at how this big-box retailer is dominating grocery.

BONUS: Get an inside look at the new nonprofit Upcycled Food Association (LinkedIn)

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