Global Food in a 'Farm-to-Table' World

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Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 7:50am

CAMPAIGN: Cargill | Nourishing the World

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It has been estimated that by 2050 the world will need to feed more than 9 billion people, requiring at least 70 percent more food than we consume today. That's amid growing concerns over water depletion and threats to biodiversity worldwide caused by food production.

So the question is, how can the agriculture industry produce food in ways that are environmentally sustainable?

A key element to answering this question lies in global trade.

"We need to grow food where it's best suited to be grown, and then move it to where it's needed most," said Mike Robach, vice president of Corporate Food Safety, Quality and Regulatory Affairs at Cargill.

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CAMPAIGN: Cargill | Nourishing the World

CONTENT: Article