The majority of Chinese consumers appear to oppose genetically modified food, but Chinese leaders know they will need to find ways to provide more food to its growing population, which is expected to reach almost 1.4 billion by 2030. Although China currently does not farm GMOs, thanks to heavy investment in new technologies and research,…
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Leading food watchers share their visions of what consumers will be munching on and swigging in the decades ahead.
Research from CB Insights showed food delivery companies are acquiring more than $200 million in venture capital funding this year to make access to their menus easier via smartphones, according to a May article in TechRepublic.com, but that’s not all that’s changing the tech future of food.
Michael Pollan, best-selling book author, invited Pamela Ronald, a plant geneticist, professor at the University of California at Davis to present her perspective on the benefits of genetic engineering of foods.