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Publisher | Forbes

Author | Christine Troitino

American consumers throw away 20 percent of their food. Solving this food waste could feed 2 billion extra people annually.


Publisher | Axiom Technology Group

Our blockchain solution is an end-to-end supply chain platform that tracks and traces products, verifies claims and proves authenticity. Business participants can share their values with their supply chain ecosystem and verify claims made for products and business operations.

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Publisher | Business Insider

Authors | Karl Plume

Global population growth and an expanding middle class have raised per capita meat consumption by 50 percent over the past four decades, fueling fears of a protein pinch. Sustainable protein is a key challenge, which is why the viability of insects as part of the solution to this problem is evaluated.


Publisher | Rabobank

Gain valuable insights on the ramifications of the Brexit for the international agrifood sector. There will be changes in border security, to say the least. But what does this mean for different products?


Publisher | TED

Speaker | Tristram Stuart

Western countries throw out nearly half of their food. Not because it’s inedible, but because it doesn’t look appealing. Tristram Stuart delves into the shocking data of wasted food, calling for a more responsible use of global resources.

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Publisher | FAO

Author | Joint Press Release

One of the UN’s Sustainable Development Goals is attaining global food security. Achieving Zero Hunger and eradicating malnutrition is a public responsibility, for which concrete actions should be taken by every individual throughout food systems. Governments must do better in defining clear standards and incentives for businesses to achieve better nutrition for all.


Publisher | Forbes

Author | Jonathon Keats

Paul Gong is designing the cow of tomorrow as a speculative designer and using 3D printing technology. However, some say Gong’s cows have more in common with parody than with speculative fiction or sci-fi. So, is this the future of food?


Publisher | Elsevier

Author | Charis M. Galanakis

How can the food industry introduce innovations in the market, stand out from the competition, and satisfy consumer demand? There is a lot of innovation within the nutrition sector, therefore it is important to ensure market readiness and implementation strategies.