What Is the Future of Food and How will it Impact Me?

With the world’s growing population, the issue of food scarcity is becoming hard to ignore. The problem of global warming is also an alarming issue that must be addressed.
[et_pb_section][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text]With the world’s growing population, the issue of food scarcity is becoming hard to ignore. So the future of food is an issue that must be addressed. And the problem of global warming will not make it any easier. The consequences of global warming are concerning since droughts, floods, wildfires, forest fires, and natural disasters are occurring now more than ever, which is impacting the cultivation of crops. Incorporate efficient technology and innovation is the need of the hour to counter the effect of such problems. Otherwise, food shortages will take place, and our collective future will be jeopardized. This is just to say that everyone from individuals to entire countries will play a role in the future of food.  So it is now the responsibility of developed nations to create and promote sustainable food production methods. It will help this world survive poverty, global warming, and overpopulation.

Modern Technology

Farmers in the United States and the United Kingdom are now using artificial intelligence and advanced technology to increase the output of crops. They are also implementing strategies that will counter the problem of food shortages in the future. High technology companies are now investing in agricultural development. That includes self-driving tractors and GPS systems to enhance precision, Genetic engineering would allow seeds to withstand extreme weather conditions. Crafton Farms in Tennessee is coming up with innovative ways to measure soil moisture, study plant genetics, and track crop progress. And this is just one example of how the future of food will be dominated by technology. Genetically Modified Organisms or GMOs is a biotechnology innovation being used to achieve greater food production. The genetically modified organisms or seeds are designed to have greater nutritional value, resistance to pesticides and herbicides, and a larger volume of agricultural produce. Work on the growth and production of meat in labs has also started. In this process, essential genetic stem cells are extracted to produce synthetic meat that would eradicate the problem of food shortages to a large extent. This meat tastes looks and smells exactly like real meat. Moreover, farmers are now adopting satellite imagery to increase crop yield and predict weather conditions before planting and harvesting crops. This type of technology is extremely useful for maintaining precision and benefit society by preventing food shortages.
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Moreover, farmers are now adopting satellite imagery to increase crop yield and predict weather conditions before planting and harvesting crops. This type of technology is extremely useful for maintaining precision and benefit society by preventing food shortages. The use of drones in agriculture is another innovation. And this technology is all but guaranteed to be part of the future of food production. This remote automated flying machine is now being used to operate farms, track productivity, and find fertile areas in distant fields and areas. With this technology, farmers have gained an extra set of eyes to determine where the damaged crops are located, where to spray pesticides, and where the diseases are spreading in crops. While the future of food production may seem scary to some, technology will offer farmers unprecedented tools to manage their crops.

Finding Meat Substitutes

Meat and eggs are considered primary sources of protein. and they are an essential part of every human’s diet to survive and live a healthy life. However, the production of organic meat is becoming increasingly scarce due to overpopulation and the increasing gap between supply and demand. Hence, to save the future of food, you need to adopt sustainable techniques that would give the same amount of protein if not more and also reduce our intake of meat. Plant-based foods are becoming more common, and people are shifting towards vegan and vegetarian lifestyles. Which may hold the key to address food shortages in the future. A Los Angeles-based company has recently designed the first plant-based burger using soy and proteins from peas. Furthermore, meat substitutes would reduce the consumption of water by 15 times and the emission of methane gases.

Farming Algae

Who will even eat algae? This novel concept was previously laughed at when presented as a solution to food scarcity. However, this might change considering the current conditions and the pace at which we’re growing as a population. This innovation is being touted as a potential game-changer in the future food and addressing future food shortages. Not only can algae be consumed by humans, but it can also be used to feed animals, livestock, and fish. Terramino Foods is an agricultural startup company in the USA that has harvested algae and created a method of turning it into a salmon burger. How cool is that? It has been designed to mimic the taste and smell of the actual salmon fish. Seafood morphed through algae is a sustainable method of countering the pollution of marine life and the consumption of toxic pollutants present in fish such as mercury.

Insect Farming

Reserve your judgment and learn about this phenomenon before saying ‘gross’ and ‘never!’ Entomophagy is known as insect-eating, and it is already a part of the culinary cultures in parts of Asia and some African countries. And that’s because insects show a lot of promise in addressing food shortages. Not only are insects very high in protein, but they are also in abundance all around the world. One can never run from bugs! High-tech companies are advancing towards the production of snack bars and complete meals using insects such as mealworms and grasshoppers. A company based in the UK called Future Positive Capital is investing heavily in insect farming. Moreover, in 2017, a company in Switzerland called Essento started distributing mealworm burgers that were nutrient-rich and safe for human consumption. Insect farming can eliminate the threat of malnutrition, combat environmental degradation, and reduce the excessive consumption of meat. The future of food is unpredictable. There’s no way we can determine what will happen in the next 20 or even 30 years. However, we can prepare ourselves for the worst, educate everyone around us, and support businesses trying to curb and solve this global problem. [/et_pb_text][/et_pb_column][/et_pb_row][/et_pb_section]


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