14 June 2012
Depending on circumstances, we could be headed for either an amazing future where we’re printing food or a disaster where people are barely scraping by growing a few vegetables on their roofs.
Your food consumption might look quite a bit different a decade from now. Colony collapse disorder, foodborne disease outbreaks, and climate change are just some of the factors that are making our collective food future increasingly uncertain.
As usual, the experts at the Silicon Valley-based Institute for the Future (IFTF) are on the case, offering up four scenarios for what the future of food might look like in 2021.
Read the full story here: foodmag.com.au