Jordan French (born November 1985) is an American entrepreneur, writer and engineer best known for founding Grit Daily News and for cofounding 3D food printing startup, BeeHex, Inc. French is a regular contributor to technology media outlets including CIO magazine, Entrepreneur, Today.com, TechCrunch, The Huffington Post, Thrive, and Business.com.
Jordan French was raised in upstate New York, which he described in an interview as “among apple orchards” in a blue-collar and rural environment. Following a death in his immediate family he worked as an entrepreneur, starting in real estate. While earning a degree in biomedical engineering from Vanderbilt University, French worked on NASA's Mars Gravity Biosatellite Program at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. An intellectual property attorney, he earned a law degree from Washington University in St. Louis.
French is a cofounder in 3D food printing firm, BeeHex, along with engineers Anjan Contractor, Chintan Kanuga, and attorney Ben Feltner. Originating from a NASA project that looked into ways to feed astronauts and passengers on deep-space missions including to Mars, French is an engineer and the chief marketing officer on its team. The company raised $1 million in seed-round funding from Donatos’ founder Jim Grote in 2017. In 2016 French was named a “growth hacker” by CIO magazine and introduced 3D food printing to the International Iberian Nanotechnology Laboratory in Braga, Portugal.  In 2017 French represented BeeHex on a panel with Nestlé and Juicero at Target stores’ Smarter Kitchen Summit in San Francisco and moderated Millennial 20/20 Summit in New York. 
French is also a cofounder in BNB Shield.  and Notability Partners, a digital-marketing firm. In 2016, French was on the founding team of FOWNDERS, the social-impact entrepreneur accelerator founded by Gerard Adams based in Newark, New Jersey.