JourneyFoods announces the launch of JourneyLabs, which will allow schools access to diversify their research system and the ability to efficiently launch products. The idea behind the new program is to provide data to help solve significant disruptions in the food supply chain. JourneyFoods believes in collective action to help solve issues, which the JourneyLabs platform will build upon.
Per PR Web:
- The new program will involve a number of partnerships with a variety of schools, including but not limited to: Columbia University, Cornell University, HKSP, Howard University, Huston-Tillotson University, McGill, Morehouse University, North Carolina A&T University, Spelman University, Tuskegee University, University of Chicago, University of North Carolina, amongst others.
- One of the first collaborators is Columbia University, who is using Journey Foods' data to 3-D print new food products.
- JourneyLabs also provides select early-stage companies and founders free access to data that can support a range of applications including alternative protein, blockchain, and faster manufacturing.