Rapid population growth and urbanization challenges our food production
Our world population is growing in one generation with more than two billion people. Most of us, around two third of the population, will live in cities. And they are getting bigger and bigger. Add the effects of climate change and it is safe to say that we face big challenges to the way we are producing our food.
FoodStars and its partners aim to foster 500 startups in next five years
Our activities are twofold. First, we foster innovative startups in smart farming that can feed the world’s cities. New technologies, production methods or business models; innovations that not only improve productivity and efficiency. But also have a social, health and or ecological impact. Second, together with our partners we are forging a lasting ecosystem for innovative startups in smart farming in metropolitan areas.
Apply as a startup to our Horti-Tech Accelerator
Does your startup have a solution that helps to feed the world’s cities? In vertical farming or horticulture? Does your innovation improve efficiency in water, energy or soil usage? Join our horti-tech accelerator and network in Westland, the world’s most renowned center for greenhouse horticulture.
Partner with FoodStars to work with our startups
Are you a company or other organization interested in partnering and/or investing in innovative startups in smart farming? Join the FoodStars alliance! We would love to discuss with you how we can collaborate.