Zero-waste eats, new approach towards food consumption
Humanity learned how to make every bit of our grub go the extra mile, with nothing going to waste! This way, your leftover potato peels, carrot tops, and apple cores are not heading to the trash bin. Meet our new kitchen pal: the “Compost Chef,” a whizzing, whirring machine that turns
What will future supermarkets be like?
Food retail has always adopted transforming technologies early. Which unexpected technological items will we see in the bagging area next? Fast Forward audio series episode 2 explores the aisles. Explore the Fast Forward series with episode guides and interview with experts.
In this unusual city of catering establishments, absolutely all the cuisines of the world should be presented, from ancient times to the first food samples of the future. Any of the hundreds of thousands of names of dishes from different nations of the world should be presented and prepared here at the
In addition to haptic technology, smells and tastes will become digital archives in the future. You can imagine a smart office where the conference room has A.I-powered air fresheners that connect to a "flavor database", these aromas can be any type of perfume to psychologically influence employees
In the middle of 2040, 3D printed drugs will be produced through biotechnological methods. These drugs will contain genetic materials of some marine micro-organisms obtained from the Mediterranean. All crucial amino acids from these will create genetically altered microorganisms via recombinant DNA technology,
Deep-water researchers continue to discover new types of seaweed. One of them — “Green soylent” — turns out to be nourishing and tasty. Residents of the underwater city not only provide food for themselves now, but also send some of their harvest to the surface. Seaweed becomes
Industrial animal agriculture is a thing of the past
By the year 2050, industrialized animal agriculture will be a thing of the past. Recognizing the growing devastation of the industry as a major driver behind climate change, environmental damage, species and habitat loss, world hunger and global health, we see a major paradigm shift in the ways we produce
Smart Sustainable Agriculture
With the use of modern technologies (intelligent machines, IoT, grid sensors, drones and autonomous robots) of monitoring, prediction and management the agribusiness will evolve towards decentralized control and more sustainable production. Where every producer or rancher will know exactly how much their
Seawater vertical farms in Dubai
The specifics of its location and lack of fresh water makes the city unfit for agriculture. That's why food imports are such a considerable expense for the city. To compensate for the lack of natural resources in the region, Italian architects from Studiomobile have developed the Seawater Vertical
A new system of loop-like floating towers located on the surface of nearby harbours has become an agricultural hub that functions all year round. This concept is based partly on previous experiments with floating fish farms, used in the region since the 1930s.
Mopane worms revolutionize global insect-based food
With the rise of insects as a sustainable food source globally, and almost completely replacing meat, mopane worms become globally exported and used. With a protein content of 64% (Teffo, Toms & Eloff 2007) and their size and hardiness, the worms are adopted for local production by overseas countries
Food: an option for the lazy, but fearless
For those who do not want to bother with cooking and consider it a waste of time, there is an alternative option. Photosynthetic algae symbionts, which provide humans with most of their required nutrients, are implanted under the skin. Since people produce heat, regardless of the time of year and temperature
What to do with jellyfish?
After being asked what to do with a rapidly growing population of jellyfish in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea, the UN answered in a very non-standard way: "Eat them!". Especially because some species of jellyfish have been on the menu for hundred years in China. Scientists, for their part, help
Hamburgers and hot dogs made out of insects
Traditional meat products are being replaced by delicacies made out of insects. And, if in Asia and Africa it is considered quite normal, marketers have to work hard to change centuries-old food prejudices of the Europeans. The task of turning grasshoppers, ants and caterpillars into delicious dishes
Smell can feed you
Food can not only be consumed, but also inhaled. Devices that allow food to be sprayed (especially in liquid form) by ultrasound, turning it into a mist are becoming incredibly popular. You need only take a tube and inhale the course - main or dessert. This form allows to taste all ingredients and the
3D snack bars
Technology will become so widespread, and most importantly - affordable, cheap and fast that the majority of eateries and cafes will exist in the format of automatic machines equipped with 3D-printers.The scope of this technology will enable the user to cook a dish from any cuisine in a few minutes,
An epidemic of food riots sweep the planet
Riots caused by food shortages have swept across many regions of the world. The international community is facing collapse due to the fact that the demand for food is constantly exceeding production capabilities. According to experts, the growing demand is exacerbated by such factors as climate change,
Smart table - Drawing the fast food of the future
Counters in catering establishments are replaced by touch screens. You can flick through the menu and order something, and, while you wait for the food, you can watch a movie, read the news or have fun playing a computer game. When a visitor is ready to go, the table will bill him or her and accept payment.
All kitchen appliances are integrated in a single system under the control of a computer. It communicates with the owner through a three-dimensional hologram of the chef, which offers a choice of food and drinks. You can just input the menu for the day: The kitchen will prepare the ordered food for the
Chocolate is worth its weight in gold
Two-thirds of the world's cocoa was produced in the African continent. But with drought, soil depletion, the resulting decrease in yields, farmers fleeing from abusive working conditions, cocoa prices went up sharply around the world. Pralines and other confectionery are now produced from tomatoes, dandelion,
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