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How Tech Has Changed Our Food Habits 

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Technology has had a profound effect on our way of life. From how we travel to how we consume media everything has seen a shift, and food also happens to be on the list too. With multiple techs enabling food consumption, tech has helped change the food consumption landscape forever.   

How Tech Is Influencing Our Bond with Food? 

Here is how tech is influencing our bond with food:


There was a time when only a certain variety of crops could be grown in a particular region. But as agriculture technology advanced, tech was able to crossbreed and alter the genome of certain essential plants to get more resilient varieties.  

Prevalent mostly in food grains, these crops have been genetically modified to get certain desirable traits. Genetically modified crops have been a hot topic for debate but the majority of them have been able to provide for humankind without any side effects.   

Meal Planning  

For people tracking their calories or meal prepping for the week, tech can aid them by suggesting things that they will need. It is a highly beneficial tool to have for people who are not experienced in the kitchen.  

The apps today can help you make dishes from the ingredients you have in your fridge or suggest budget-friendly options for things that might be hard to come by. Generate grocery lists and recipes that fit well with your daily goals.   

Nutrition Tracking  

See the nutritional value of the food you are consuming and how it can affect you in the long run. This way you can track what goes into your body and see its impact too. Health and fitness are two big industries that have been a hit with people all over the world.   

Some of the apps also have algorithm-powered menus that help you prepare dishes according to your nutritional goals. This is one of the major advantages of having an app that not only has the ability to track nutrition but also helps you with your goals.   

Smart Fridges  

LG Instaview and Samsung Family Hub are two of the most popular smart refrigerators out there that have touchscreen capabilities. You can make a shopping list, watch videos, and also order your groceries right from the comfort of your fridge.  Some of the models have built-in cameras that can help you see what is inside the fridge at any given time. You can access this footage from your smartphone and avoid wastage too.   

In the End  

Tech has come a long way from what it used to be and now has entered the lifestyle market too. As time goes on, the tech will become symbiotic with our lives and extend into food and beverage too.