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Six food tech startups that are going to boom in 2024



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Modern technology is infiltrating all sectors but food is one area where emerging technologies are going to have a big say in the coming years. The rise of veganism and other niche diets in recent years has opened the door to hundreds of new startups in the food tech industry and they are here to say. 

In 2024, there are plenty of food tech startups that have the potential to boom, provided they are marketed correctly and reach their target markets. Today, we’re going to run through six of the best startups in the sector that are worth keeping an eye on this year. 

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Best food tech startups 2024: Our top six

Planet A Foods

Planet A Foods is a German startup that focuses its attention on proprietary technology. Through this new technology, Planet A Food can develop sustainable food ingredients via precision fermentation. One of its most popular products is ChoViva which is a cocoa-free chocolate which tastes just as good as high street chocolate bars. 

Not only does this mean you can enjoy chocolate without consuming cocoa, but by doing so you can contribute to less co2 emissions being produced. 

Make it Mine

Make it Mine is a Belgian startup that helps those who suffer from food intolerances and allergies. The mobile phone app helps users to modify all recipes to enable people with allergies/intolerances to still enjoy the foods that people without allergies/intolerances can. 

Users simply have to select which foods they are looking to avoid and then upload a recipe. The app will then analyse the recipe and suggest helpful alternatives to any ingredients that are going to cause a reaction. As time goes on, the app becomes more and more personalized as it gains a better understanding of each user’s requirements and preferences. 

Alive Energy

Alive Energy is an American startup that provides users with healthy energy drinks. Popular energy drinks brands such as Monster, Red Bull and Lucodaze have dominated this domain for years now but there are plenty of health risks with consuming these products at high volumes. 

Alive Energy uses guayusua tea leaves for their energy drinks which contains L-theanine amino acids. The benefit of this ingredient is that it ensures caffeine is released at a much slower and smoother rate than usual energy drinks. L-theanine is also proven to improve stress levels.


We’ve all probably heard of and/or tried meal delivery services such as Hello Fresh and Gousto by now but Rheal are taking this niche to a whole new level. Rheal offers a meal prep and delivery service to users who want exclusively plant-based meals. 

Each meal provided by Rheal is made from sustainably sourced ingredients, all of which are free from dairy, gluten and refined sugar making it the dream solution for people who struggle to find recipes for their plant-based lifestyle. Having a healthy lifestyle is now a lot more simple thanks to Rheal. 



Pared is a startup that launched nearly ten years ago now but it looks set for its biggest year yet according to search growth. It has steadily been growing year on year but it now looks set for a boom. The platform is effectively a LinkedIn for food and beverage professionals such as chefs, waiters, critics etc. 

The app will then pair professionals with bars and restaurants in the local area whether it be for a long-term contract or for odds shifts when they are short of staff for a night. As with LinkedIn, the better the profile, the more you’ll get out of it. 


HydroMATE is a startup that produces waterbottles that incorporate smart technology to ensure that people are drinking the necessary amount of water each day. Each bottle sold by HydroMATE comes with a sensor which detects when someone hasn’t drunk anything for a while.

Once this sensor is triggered, it will then notify the user prompting them to take a drink from the water bottle to ensure they stay healthy and hydrated. 

Andy is a Professional Content Editor with expertise in a whole host of areas (or so he tells us anyway). His main interests are Startups, innovation and social media. He has reviewed over 100 startups so far for

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