The future is now, says one food design agency.
Studio Industries, a New York-based agency, has plans to open a futuristic pop-up store in New York in 2015 that will showcase what they imagine a supermarket to look like in 2065.
Plans for the Futuremarket were debuted at the Future Food Expo in New York – an event that showcases the future of food products, companies, startups and media.
Features of the grocery store of the future included “smart shelves” which display a unique offering to every shopped based on an embedded chip.
The concept was presented by CEO Mike Lee, a former product innovation specialist with Chobani.
The store is intended to spark conversation, said Lee, inspiring grocers to think beyond their day-to-day business.
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