- Publisher: Urbane Publications
- Available in: Kindle and Paperback
- Published: November 2, 2017
The third book in the critically acclaimed Wicked & Wise series offers a compelling analysis of the issue of food on an international scale. From nutrition to world hunger to GM farming, what are the impacts of food and food issues on regional, political, cultural, business and social priorities?
With 2 billion obese and 2 billion hungry, food is a key issue in the future development of the world’s population and its health. As with every wicked and wise issue, it throws up significant moral, political and economic concerns when tackling how we will keep the world’s population nourished in decades to come.
A brilliant book. It explores the complexities of the global food system and how we can fix the challenges. If you care about access to quality, affordable food then read this book. – Heston Blumenthal
If you are worried about food, escalating population and sustainability – read this book. An expose of the wicked problem of food together with an inspiring vision of how, with the right people and a clear intent we can waste less, feed more and protect the planet. – Dave Lewis CEO Tesco
The world is changing at a speed like never before. And the food industry is no exception. This book shows sleek and brave ways of dealing with the solutions for a new world! If you are interested in the food supply for the decades to come, this book will enlighten you. – Alvaro Munoz, CEO AMC Fresh Group
Providing healthy, nutritious food for the world’s 9.7 billion people in 2050, while improving our natural environment is the challenge of our time. This book articulates the scale of the challenge and imagines a future that will make you think and, more importantly, act. – Richard Swannell, Development Director, WRAP
This book gives an excellent overview of how our food system works, shedding light on the inner workings of this huge and very complex industry. Encouragingly Alan and Matt point to how people are starting to come together to make the important changes that we need to make to secure our collective future. – Lindsay Boswell, Fareshare
At last – a book that addresses the real issues around food quality and supply. With shocking but important facts throughout, The Future of Food reminds us that a collaborative approach is the only way to make the global improvements that are needed. Everyone must read it. – PB Jacobse, CEO Rhubarb
Alan and Matt’s book highlight the moral duty for all in the food industry to set presidents for ethical trade and sustainability. This is a must read for anyone who has an interest in our planet, humankind and the future of food. If we all work together, we will have a voice loud enough to move mountains. – Tom Redwood, Founder and CEO Babease Ltd