Future Food: What Will It Be?

The future is real and tangible, made every day by the actions of people and communities. As a futurist, this is core to the way I think about tomorrow: It all begins with people.

Let’s look at the future of consumers. Who will buy the crops and products you produce 15 years from now? What fads will consumers follow? Where will they live?

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