Food 2030: Weak Signals

19 October 2021 11:30 - 12:00

After a global breakdown in history, the acceleration of economic, technological, social, and cultural trends drives a faster future for food production and consumption worldwide. This session will define and explore the 'weak signals' of the future of food presented nowadays in the 'post pandemic' marketplace, taking into account the challenges of 'new mainstreams' like veganism massification, 'fast tipping points related to climate change, and the 'Futurist niche' including the Tech-Pharma diet inclusion.

Luis Carlos Chacón, Op-Ed Columnist | Global Consultant, Forbes Latin America | BusinessCase