YFood and Bruntwood have partnered to bring an ‘Insight & Innovation Day -


Food Tech & The City’, to Manchester on 10th October 2019.

Food Tech is an exciting and booming market, which reaches and impacts the entire food ecosystem. YFood and Bruntwood launched their partnership in November 2018 to kickstart and nurture a Food Tech community in Manchester. They have now curated “Food Tech & The City” to celebrate, showcase, inspire and invite the wider food community in Manchester to join this growing movement and discover the opportunities Food Tech can create for them.

The day is designed to deliver real business value and will be high energy, fun and dynamic. The hard work is done for you through an epic lineup of curated investors, startups, big brands, stories and case-studies as well as showcasing the trailblazers changing the future of retail, hospitality, delivery and food.

This event is for everyone from big brands to startups looking to navigate through the complex world of technology and innovation and curate the most exciting, cutting edge, commercial solutions and opportunities for their businesses.

The Alchemist, Pizza Pilgrims, Palatine Private Equity, Winnow, CollectivFood, Thomson & Scott, Lo-Dough, Vita Mojo and Mercia Asset Management are already confirmed as part of the line up with many more to be announced over the coming days. You can check out the line-up HERE.

Get your tickets to learn, discover and connect with the trailblazers shaping Food Tech & The City. Join YFood and become part of this growing movement.

“We’ve loved being here in Manchester for YFood Tech Wednesdays, everyone is incredibly welcoming and willing to engage. It’s amazing how quickly a community can form here. At YFood, we can’t wait to see the partnerships, collaborations and success stories that will be started at our Insight and Innovation Day in Manchester - Food Tech & The City.”

Nadia El Hadery, YFood, Founder & CEO

Andrea George, Director of Retail and Leisure at Bruntwood said:

"The success of YFood Tech Wednesdays in Manchester is testament to the thirst for knowledge about the subject and the potential for change in the city. The forthcoming Insight and Innovation Day on 10th October is set to be a fantastic day of learning for the wider food community to discover the opportunities food tech can offer them. We are delighted that Bruntwood is playing a part in shaping the future of food for our city."

YFood is the largest curated global community of companies and people actively trying to change the future of food. They do this by delivering information and reporting on trends focused on where science, new ideas, business models and tech are changing the food industry. The result is a powerful, collaborative community of Food Tech companies - a network of world-leading partners sharing knowledge to find positive solutions to global food issues.

Through its influential network, YFood has championed a plethora of Food Tech advances from Farm to Fork to Bin such as hydroponic underground farms, converting coffee waste to bio-fuel, personalisation tech for hospitality which can deliver nine million combinations served in under five minutes, 3D printed food, edible sachet & water packaging and bio-reactive expiry labels.