Food Trends of the Future

In 20 years, will we swap beef for crickets, 3-D print food or grow leafy greens on vertical farms in our cities? And what will changes in our diet mean for Australia’s agrifood sector? CSIRO’s Kate Langford looks at the trends and reports on key trends in food production and consumer dietary preferences.

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GFI 2020 Annual Report

GFI’s latest annual report looks at achievements and milestones in the plant-based foods space from across the globe over 2020. The UK-based Good Food Institute (GFI) engages companies across the supply chain, from start-ups to conventional meat firms, food businesses, major restaurant chains and retailers, as well as scientists, policymakers, investors and entrepreneurs.

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Reports, publications and fact sheets

An array of useful information for growers from the peak industry body for Australia’s horticulture sector, an estimated 30 per cent of which consists of low-, medium- and high-tech commercial protected-cropping operations that range from major growers to boutique operations located across all states and territories. PC operators grow a broad variety of fruits and vegetables including blueberries, strawberries, rubus (raspberries, blackberries), tomatoes, melons, cucumbers, capsicum, salad (including Asian) greens, herbs, chillies, eggplant and more.

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