Introduction to Alternative Foods

What's the Story?

In 2016, about 815 million people, or 11% of the world population, were undernourished.
Although advanced food and agriculture technologies have eased hunger issues, warnings of food shortages have escalated recently for the following reasons.
First, the world population is projected to grow from today’s 7.6 billion people to 10 billion by 2050.
If that rate of growth continues, food production will not be able to keep up with consumption.
Second, rapid urbanisation has created an unprecedented expansion of the middle class who can afford high-quality fresh food.
To meet that demand, intensive farming has become more widespread with increasing amounts of chemical inputs like pesticides.

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Introduction to Alternative Foods

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