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Reimagining the future of food with Tony Hunter

What will the future of food look like? Andy Lowe speaks with Tony Hunter, a Global Food Futurist and consultant at Future Cubed about how the agrifood industry may be shaped in the coming years as countries around the globe look to strengthen food security and food sovereignty while pursuing sustainable outcomes.

Tony Hunter Tony Hunter, Global Food Futurist and consultant at Future Cubed.

This week, we bring you another evokeAG x Food Futurists podcast collaboration with Professor Andy Lowe, exploring solutions today that will help drive sustainable food systems tomorrow.

In this episode, Andy speaks with Tony Hunter, a Global Food Futurist and consultant at Future Cubed, about what the future of food might look like and how the industry may be shaped in the coming years, as countries around the globe look to strengthen food security and food sovereignty, while pursuing sustainable outcomes.

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Here he ponders the big ticket items, like how will conventional protein agriculture fair in the long run, with the emergence and growth of new protein industries such as cellular agriculture? And we learn about the high-impact emerging technologies catching Tony’s eye.

It’s always a fascinating and informative chat with Tony, so please enjoy his conversation with Andy.
You can get in touch with Andy Lowe, via his website or LinkedIn and listen to his Food Futurists or Eco Futurists podcasts.

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