The Future of Food

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The Future of Food

    Loss of biodiversity. Emissions. Food waste. Malnutrition. Obesity. Feeding our growing global population is placing unsustainable pressure on our planet…

    Today, the conscious consumer is looking to food to improve their health and that of the planet. Innovations such as bio technology, gene-editing and artificial intelligence changing the game. To ensure the prosperity of our planet and economies, it is up to us to drive the change and shape the future. What will the future of food hold?

    The Future of Food is a series that explores the latest trends and technologies in food. It also explores the societal implications and commercial opportunities for food and beverage businesses.
     

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    Reimagining our food and food systems

    The COVID-19 pandemic is accelerating a transformation in our food and food systems. The closing of borders and restrictions in out-of-home channels have posed serious challenges to the food sector, both in terms of accessing consumer markets and supply. But this crisis also provided opportunities.

    It brought food organisations closer to the consumer and the farmer. New partnerships emerged and the value of digital and data has never been more evident. We surprised ourselves by how innovative, agile and fast paced we could be in times of need. It created momentum and gave us the confidence that change is possible.

    Deloitte Australia has launched the Reimagining our food and food systems webinar series to explore how food, agricultural businesses and retailers could transform themselves to build more resilience in their networks and seize the opportunities that this new world has created.

    Led by Vanessa Matthijssen, Deloitte Australia Consumer Products Lead, our conversational style webinars aim to help you imagine a vibrant future of food, as well as profile examples of other organisations to ignite your own digital transformation journey in the following areas:

    1. Digital supply chains in food
    2. Transforming consumer connections
    3. The intersection of food and health.

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    The Future of Food: Key trends

    The food industry is in the midst of a major transformation – disrupting the way we grow, buy, eat and feel about food. What are the trends shaping the food industry in 2020?

    The Future of Food: Key trends

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    Responsible nutrition - the opportunity for FMCGs & retailers

    With an increasingly self-reliant, but insufficiently informed consumer, combined with limited government regulation, what role can consumer companies and retailers play to enable responsible nutrition choices?

    Are GMO and Labgrown meat our best hope for survival?

    Humankind today is presented with what could be the most impactful paradox of all: how to feed the world nutritiously, without destroying the environment upon which it depends?

    Future of Food – Blog Compilation (Part 1):

    • Overweight and Obese: the choice is ours as consumers or is it?
    • We are running out
    • Food tech - a blessing or a curse?
    • What a waste
    • The craft movement

    Future of Food – Blog Compilation (Part 2):

    • 3D printed food: just because we can, doesn’t always mean we should
    • In food we trust: the case for radical transparency
    • Innovation in food: the rise of start-ups, incubators and internal venture funds
    • Food as a medicine: the opportunity of DNA-based personalised nutrition
    • Australian food tax: ripe for a refresh?

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