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With growing emphasis on the social, environmental and economical benefits of buying local food, Toronto entrepreneurs John Cowie and Rob Elms have developed Carptor, a web and mobile database for finding local food wherever you are.
Genecis, a student startup devoted to recycling food scraps into value-added products, has won the $5,000 second-place prize in the early-stage category of the inaugural RBC Prize for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Toronto-based Platterz knows they’re working in a crowded marketplace; whether you’re looking to skip a lineup before ordering food for lunch, or looking for food delivery to the office, there really is no shortage of food startups looking to become the next big convenient thing.
For teaBOT there’s no better home base than Toronto: international tea drinkers, long winters and an inherent sociability. But that hasn’t kept the Toronto-based startup from expanding its robot army beyond the ecosystem here to cities like Palo Alto and Chicago.
Toronto-based TouchBistro and Thinking Capital have announced a partnership meant to help restaurants secure financing that can be used for operating capital or business growth.