HowGood Places 26th on FoodTech 500 List February 17, 2022 by Leah Wolfe
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List includes innovative companies at the intersection of food, technology, and sustainability.

Late last year, HowGood applied to be considered for Forward Fooding’s FoodTech 500, the world’s first definitive list that showcases selected international AgriFoodTech startup and scaleup companies that are acting as a force of good for creating a brighter future for food. The finalists were revealed earlier this week and we are thrilled to share that out of more than 2,250 applicants from over 85 countries, HowGood placed 26th out of the 500 finalists! 

Inspired by the Fortune 500, the FoodTech500 showcases companies at the intersection of food, technology and sustainability by using a unique methodology to rank them based on their size, digital footprint, and sustainability practices. The scoring mechanism involves Forward Fooding’s FoodTech Data Navigator, the world’s first data intelligence tool that provides insight-rich and up-to-date information about 15,000+ international AgriFoodtech players, and a self-assessed questionnaire to outline the Sustainable Development Goals each company is achieving. After this careful analysis, HowGood is pleased to have placed in the top 5% of finalists.

“We are so proud of what we’ve accomplished and are honored to be included alongside some of these world-changing companies in the AgriFoodTech space.” said Alexander Gillett, CEO of HowGood. “This ranking showcases our role as a force in the sustainability, data, and agriculture space, ultimately working towards improving the food system’s environmental and social impact.”

Congratulations to all of the finalists that, like us, are striving to be a force for good creating a greater future for global food system. For the full list of finalists, please visit:

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