From the start of the global food crisis, we’ve seen the most powerful innovations in food technology come from technology companies, such as Amazon, Google, and others.

This year, the tech industry is set to see another surge of innovation, thanks to a slew of big names in the food sector, which are launching their own food companies, including Whole Foods, Trader Joe’s, and Whole Foods Market.

We’ve also heard from a few big names, including Kraft and Kraft Heinz, which both announced their own meat and meat-based startups this year.

But, for the most part, the biggest companies that are making major inroads into the food industry are those that already have huge financial resources and are building their own companies, as opposed to those who have invested in food companies through a combination of private equity and venture capital.

For instance, Whole Foods has more than $8 billion in cash and cash equivalents, and a $200 million investment from its former CEO.

Meanwhile, Amazon recently raised a $600 million round, which it plans to use to expand into the distribution, logistics, and delivery of food.

In fact, as the food business is increasingly reliant on the internet for access to consumers, the rise of food companies is not a new phenomenon.

As the world’s second-largest retailer, Amazon has long relied on its online distribution platform, AmazonFresh, and has also grown into an industry leader in the delivery of groceries.

For more than a decade, Whole Food, a chain of more than 1,300 stores that started in Seattle in the early 1970s, has been able to grow organically by taking advantage of a massive network of community gardens and community farms.

This has allowed it to provide the food consumers want without having to rely on the retail giant.

The same is true for the new food companies that have emerged in recent years.

This includes some of the biggest names in food science and technology, such androids and the self-driving car.

These companies are creating products that are so fast, easy to use, and cheap that they are replacing traditional grocery stores and restaurants with more efficient, high-tech, automated solutions.

These technologies are also creating a new class of customers who are not only willing to pay more for a good meal, but are also willing to spend more time at the grocery store.

In the last year alone, more than 30 food companies have raised a total of more $2 billion in funding.

And while these companies may have been founded in a similar way to food-technology companies, their products have been significantly more innovative.

Here are five examples of the new technologies that have been taking hold.