A host of new innovations using artificial intelligence are boosting our potential to create a healthier, more sustainable food system. These include deep learning algorithms for dairy herds, AI-driven sorting machines, and the world’s first AI-generated flavour. But the cost of implementing and maintaining AI can be high, which may limit the opportunities for smaller businesses.
The war in Ukraine has hit the supply of grains and vegetable oils, while 70% of the world's cod and haddock comes from Russian boats. Global food prices are soaring and some restaurateurs fear a plate of cod and
The takeaway delivery boom sparked by pandemic lockdowns shows no sign of abating, but convenience can carry a high cost in terms of CO2 emissions. So what can consumers do to make their slice of home delivery more sustainable?
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