Supply chains are adapting to the growing demand for frozen foods that are shelf stable and nutritious.
COVID-19 has revealed weaknesses and contradictions in our food system, but also opens up opportunities to reduce waste, improve sustainability standards, and bring equity into supply chains.
In an event on digital and physical food security, experts discussed how technological solutions can support food security without deepening existing inequities.
The food system is fragile, but it is possible can make it stronger and more resilient by combining traditional farming and new technology, according to journalist Amanda Little.
COVID-19 threatens the health of supply chains and could cause four shocks to global food system. Governments must act to mitigate the potential negative impacts of the virus and protect the most vulnerable.
Maximo Torero and Dr. Alan Greene, talk global supply chains, student lunch, and health concerns during COVID-19.
Blue Hill’s Dan Barber and Luke Saunders of Farmer’s Fridge are mobilizing food access efforts during the COVID-19 crisis, with help from regional farms.
Food waste technologies are helping producers, transporters, and consumers mitigate the quantity of food wasted along all steps of the food system, resulting in increased savings and reduced hunger in local and global communities.