Any Food Can Be Powdered

Henrik Stamm Kristensen

If anyone has forgotten that any food can be powdered, take a look at Wen’s from Singapore and understand why this matters. At Blendhub we believe that the future of sustainable food is a combination of powder with locally grown fresh combined into individualized recipes which are good for you, satisfy your taste and are available at the right price. Therefore we are deploying the world’s first network of multi-localized food production hubs to host your recipe production, creating local value and making food and nutrition available juster and safer reaching more people in more places. 

This post was originally published on Henrik Stamn Kristensen’s LinkedIn profile. Follow Henrik to be the first to hear from him. 

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