Building a Circular Food Future
We waste or lose one third of the food we produce globally.
Food gets damaged through long transport, and processing equipment malfunctions, over-ordering by corporations, overbuying by consumers and confusing public health policies lead to good food getting tossed out. Increasingly, extreme weather is also destroying crops.
That’s why we need to shift to a circular food economy, where waste is drastically decreased and unused food goes to those who are hungry in our communities. To get there, we’ll need tech developers, policymakers, major corporations, educational institutions, investors, and city planners to come together to rethink the future of food.
Join CityAge, in collaboration with EMILI and Bioenterprise, as we continue the conversation about Food’s Future and the need for production, processing and supply chain innovations to meet global — and local — food demand.
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