Food of tomorrow: How do we ensure zero hunger and a healthy diet for all?


Hunger, malnutrition and lack of access to quality food still leading causes of death worldwide. Yet we produce enough food to feed 10 billion people. Reasons for this can be found in food loss and waste, lack of fair distribution and the overabundance of processed foods. Not only is our food production not able to feed the people on our planet, but the production system itself has an enormous negative environmental impact.


How can we remind people of the stocking, transporting and packaging cost of eating a tomato in January?

How do we make sure that a sustainable food production and distribution system would not be only for the richest?


Baby girl picking fruit
Image courtesy of Juan Vega


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Nerea Marín
  22 August 2019

How important is it our diet? What if a country’s productivity depends on the amount of fruit and vegetables their citizens consume?

  22 August 2019

Perhaps a plant-based diet is the best way to reduce our negative impact on the environment? Food that is animal-deriven is more costly, uses more water and often needs more land. Can we convince more people to reduce their meat and dairy intake, with initiatives like #MeatFreeMondays?