PRESS RELEASE FROM HNGRY

HNGRY launches Trends subscription for food tech industry insiders

Posted Oct 15, 2020

Today, emerging food tech media startup HNGRY launches its premium subscription media platform for industry insiders, HNGRY Trends.

For $200/yr or $20/mo, Trends subscribers will gain access to a platform of weekly deep dives, digests, and bi-monthly reports into trends like ghost kitchens, grocery delivery, personalized nutrition, alternative proteins and much more. HNGRY has broken scoops on everyone from giants like Amazon, CloudKitchens and DoorDash to early-stage startups, quickly gaining recognition amongst outlets like The Washington Post, Financial Times, LA Times, Forbes, and The New Yorker. As the pandemic brings our plates and pantries to the forefront of a global discussion, technology is shaping more of what and how we eat. In the first half of the year, food tech companies raised over $8bn.

Behind the scenes is analyst, entrepreneur, and investigative reporter Matt Newberg. A former technology product manager, Matt is leveraging his relentless curiosity, business background, and tech savvy to uncover key information that will determine how the food tech revolution will unfold. He is passionate about food and how it relates not only to our health, but also the environment, our culture, and each other.

“Food is the final industry to be impacted by the fourth industrial revolution,” says Newberg. “HNGRY’s mission is to thoroughly analyze technological innovations underpinning the largest shifts in consumer eating behaviors in written, video, and audio form.”

In addition to its archive of 47 in-depth articles and interviews, HNGRY will provide subscribers with exclusive access to new episodes of its self-titled video series. Newberg has partnered with a team of documentary filmmakers to give audiences a firsthand look into the bleeding edge of ghost kitchens, fungi-based proteins, personalized nutrition and THC-infused beverages. HNGRY will also provide members with virtual events and networking opportunities like bi-weekly Hangouts to connect with one another and discuss the diverse sub-verticals of the food industry. It has also recently begun a free podcast series called The Feed, focused on global food innovation.

Executives from leading venture capital, indoor agriculture, and food delivery companies have increasingly relied on HNGRY to stay ahead of major industry trends. “HNGRY is the only publication I recommend when people ask me what to read on Food-Tech,” says Bowery Farming Chief of Staff, Leland Chamlin. “Matt's analysis and on the ground research truly stand alone, and I often use HNGRY as a barometer for what to pay attention to in the space.” 


To learn more about HNGRY Trends and join in the food tech revolution, please visit the website here. Members who subscribe to an annual plan within the next seven days will receive a limited-edition HNGRY T-Shirt.