Kari sits down with Brett and Jacy, the cofounders of Bytable Foods, a food technology startup creating traceable and transparent food supply chains.
Tune in for shocking facts about the American food system, how blockchain and IoT can be used to create a better food system, and why the cofounders started their journey.
Jacy Rittmer, CEO and cofounder of Bytable Foods, grew up on a farm in rural Iowa, rarely ate food that wasn’t straight from their family garden or from neighboring farmers. A self-taught coder with a background in biology, design, and marketing, she can switch from talking tech to talking tomatoes at the drop of a hat.
Brett Dugan, CTO and cofounder of Bytable Foods, is an engineer by trade and a foodie at heart. His journey in health and nutrition belongs in a thriller novel, and has led him to use his experience in blockchain and AgTech to create groundbreaking technologies for Bytable Foods.
Brett and Jacy are passionate about using technology to enable responsible and sustainable food producers to take a larger part in the food system. As advocates for complete transparency in food, they believe everyone should be given the opportunity to experience great food – without worrying about where it came from.