Farmers are a pretty canny lot and constantly innovating. But whilst we have seen major changes to the agriculture system driven by mechanisation and computers in the past, we are facing a time of unprecedented change.
I have to say I experienced something pretty special just the other week. It was Global Table at the Melbourne Show Grounds earlier in September. Billed as an event that brings together the world’s brightest minds to solve our biggest food challenges, it had much to live up to.
I recall sitting in a café back in May this year sipping a macchiato and eating a flaky pastry. Early morning in Milan was a sight, and out of the window I remember seeing the Duomo cathedral rising majestically out of the central square.
PART 2 are we going to get the recipe right for future generations?
PART 1 like it or not our relationship with food is changing
Real change is happening across the entire food supply chain
Future casting predictions to watch out for
Australian households perform worse than the global average, 40% of food lost or wasted