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From the farm to your plate

Emmet Ryan examines how data analytics, robots and other forms of technology are changing all aspects of the food business

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

5th March, 2017

Data is changing the way you eat. Actually, to be precise, it’s changing the way every mammal eats. Agricultural technology (ag-tech), food tech and payment processing services are all being changed by data. Essentially, the more knowledge that’s gathered about what you or your dog eat, the better that information can be used to tailor what ends up on a plate or in a bowl.

These sectors sit largely in the...

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