The Future of Food – Research Post

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Due to population growth, diminishing arable land partly owing to climate change, and dietary changes with people eating more meat, which in turn requires the production of more cattle fodder, the need to assess the future of food is continuing to grow. It was only in 2014 that the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change warned that the world’s food supply is already jeopardised. They stated that in the last 20 years, particularly for rice, wheat, and corn, there has been a slowdown in the growth rate of crop yields.

As such, the production of food will need to be altered, it will need to evolve.  This is my focus. The different evolutions in the growth and production of food, and the effects they will have in combating this growing issue. Research has already begun to show that there are a variety of steps already being taken…

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