Digital Food & Beverage 2019

July 15 - 17, 2019

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Digital Food & Beverage Blog

At Digital Food & Beverage we love giving away plenty of free content, so you can always keep up with the latest developments in the industry. Below we have a few of our most popular articles and case studies.

Crowd Cow Wants to Change Meat Buying by Bring You Closer to Farmers

Crowd Cow's mission is to "create an alternative to the current meat commodity system, and to create a meaningful connection between the farmer and the customer, so people can know and appreciate exactly where their food comes from.

Anheuser-Busch's Digital Strategy: Artificial Intelligence, Data, and More

In the fields where the barley is grown which will eventually be brewed into delicious beer, Anheuser-Busch uses AI-powered drones to predict crop yields and decide on optimum harvest times. This swarm of robotic devices works tirelessly to ensure the grain which goes into Anheuser-Busch's premium beverage products is of the very best quality

How Walmart is Using Recently Acquired Jet to Propel Its Ecommerce Strategy

Walmart has somewhat lagged behind some of its competitors when it comes to ecommerce, relying instead on its network of physical stores to remain relevant. However, with its recent acquisition of ecommerce platform Jet, the company is changing things up.

Coca-Cola's New AI-Driven Omnichannel Strategy

Artificial intelligence is driving many of the digital initiatives being pushed forward in today's industries, and Coca-Cola is using the technology to drive its own unique purchasing experiences

How HelloFresh is Using Big Data to Cater to the Grocery Needs of Its Global Community

Big data is a major driving force in almost every industry on the planet in 2018, and meal box delivery service HelloFresh is using it to cook up some great home dining experiences for their customers

How GrubHub Is Leveraging New Tech To Change How We Order Takeout

Digital takeout ordering systems have taken off in a big way in recent years. However, US trailblazer Grubhub isn't resting on its laurels, and is looking for new technology to further improve the experience for its customers