From insects to cultured meat, nothing is off the table when it comes to feeding the world’s growing population, says UNSW professor Johannes le Coutre.
The inaugural Future of Food Summit highlighted some of the key challenges facing global food supply, and identified innovative and sustainable solutions.
Experts in infrastructure planning and transport logistics, advanced nutritional analysis and innovative, Indigenous-led agrifood systems from the Netherlands, UK and Canada gave attendees of the 2022 Future of Food Summit much food for thought.
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On 8 September, the UNSW-based Chemical Engineering Research Society (CERS) hosted a well-attended tasting of Love BUDS, the new alt-meat range from CRC participant All G Foods.
On 29 August, Ms Robyn Preston MP, Parliamentary Secretary for Science, Innovation and Technology and Member for Hawkesbury, stopped in at Future Food Systems CRC HQ on UNSW’s Randwick campus as part of a broader visit to UNSW Sydney.
Fifteen members of the CRC cohort joined a recent daytrip to visit industry partner Sanitarium’s research facility on NSW’s Central Coast.
Woolworths’ venture capital and growth fund W23 has made a multi-million-dollar capital injection into alt-protein and precision-fermentation start-up All G Foods.
Queensland University of Technology’s Dr Ozgur Dedehayir researches the strategic implications of technological evolution, disruptive innovations and their impacts on society. Most recently, he’s been focused on food innovation ecosystems – a topic that resonates with this keen home chef.