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By 2050, the global population will increase by 2 billion; increasing food production to feed this growing number of mouths, without over exploiting our limited natural resources is one of the most complex challenges of our industry.
It’s not a case of ‘if’ we can produce more food, it’s ‘how’ we’re going to do it. This paper looks at how, contrary to popular belief, there is sufficient global potential to produce the food required to feed our growing population, but when we scrutinise the ongoing security of our supply, a renewed focus on technical innovation in food and agriculture must play a pivotal role.