by Rabobank

What's on the menu in 2050?

In just three decades’ time, the world will have two billion more mouths to feed, requiring food production to ramp up by more than 50 per cent. Feeding a growing population with less land whilst not harming the environment is the ultimate conundrum facing the entire food production chain. Four food and agriculture experts share what they expect to find on their plates in 2050.


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