Awards & Exhibitors
The most promising FoodTech startups

The Awards of sustainable, accessible, quality food aim at rewarding startups helping food to be:

- environmentally, economically and societally responsible

- geographically and financially accessible to all

- quality food, nutritionnally satisfying, but also food that brings pleasure and that guarantees food safety


The candidates will be assessed by a jury according to four criteria: team, innovative feature, business model and market.


This topic symbolizes tomorrow's food:

Jury members
Julie Peyrache, Investment Manager, Capagro
Julie joined Mazars as a financial auditor in 2013. In 2014, she became Capagro’s first employee and analyst. She helped expand the fund and led over ten investments. Currently serving as the company’s investment director, she is also board member of two companies and a board observer for two companies. Julie holds an engineering degree from AgroParisTech and a certificate in finance from HEC
Agathe Mathey, General Manager, La FoodTech
Agathe Mathey has been La FoodTech’s General Manager since four years. Graduate of the Burgundy School of Business and the Dijon Institut d’Administration des Entreprises (business), she spent 5 years supporting the development of the Burgundy Franche Comté touristic offer, before joining La FodoTech.
Christophe Breuillet, Director, Vitagora
Christophe Breuillet has been the Director of Vitagora, professional association of the agri-food sector, since 2007. Graduate of AgroSup Dijon in 2001, Christophe Breuillet started his carrier as the quality manager of the Food Directorate of Carrefour France. He then was the industrial director of Normandie Plats Cuisinés (120 employees), where he lead the creation of a new production unit. Since Christophe Breuillet became director of the association, Vitagora reached 300 labelled projects, built a 570 members network and an international dynamic network, from Asia to North America.
Jérôme Zlatoff, FoodTech Lyon AuRA
Jérôme Zlatoff is the Entrepreneurship and Innovation Director of ISARA, engineer school in agriculture, agri-food sector, and environment. He is also the director of Foodshaker incubator, lead by ISARA to accompany projet holders through entrepreneurship in foodtech. Lastly, he is the referent of the FoodTech network for the Lyon Auvergne Rhône-Alpes territory. Graduate of Montpellier SupAgro, engineer school, Jérôme Zlatoff has 15 years of experience dedicated to innovation, as an entrepreneur and then a consultant, before putting his foodtech expertise at the service of ISARA and the FoodTech network.