Future of food
Developing a roadmap for success in the changing food ecosystem
Are we ready to feed 8.5 billion people by 2030?
The food system today has one key challenge at hand—providing a nutritious and healthy diet to a growing population while safeguarding the usage of natural resources, and addressing growing consumer demand for transparency and wholesome nutrition. However, the exponential growth of digital, AI, and blockchain applications fueling the growth of innovative business models can help organizations build new food ecosystems which can address the needs of the future. However, businesses will need to make strategic choices as they leverage these advanced technologies and bring to scale, new operational models.
Deloitte’s global Future of Food initiative is a cross-sector effort to develop a roadmap and help companies realize this aspiration, especially around the areas of:
- Personalized Nutrition
- Responsible production
- Industry 4.0
- Ecosystem Orchestration
Explore our insights on Future of Food:
Future of Food - an Australian perspective
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?
Blockchain technology drives growth in the fresh food industry(2019)
Radical transparency delivers insights across the blockchain food value chain.
Evolving technologies are spurring collaboration, partnerships, investment, and new opportunities to improve product quality and reduce food waste. Our latest report offers unique insights into blockchain food innovations and their effect on this rapidly growing market.
The future of fresh food supply chain
Consistently deliver high-quality fresh product to consumers
How customers buy food is changing. Freshness and quality, even more so than cost, is the top driver of satisfaction among grocery customers. Combine this driver with a rapid proliferation of game-changing technologies, societal food waste challenges, changing consumer behaviors and an intensely competitive industry segment, grocery retail, food service providers, food suppliers, and others in the food value chain must evolve to effectively compete. The traditional food value chain is becoming a digitized, always on, and fully integrated digital supply network powered by real time data and analytics.