Production, distribution and consumption within the food and beverage sector are experiencing major shifts.
That technology development is accelerating is a given, but its digitalized, non-linear and global scale beg the questions: Which technologies matter? How can you optimally prepare for 2030?
Explore how and where marine aquaculture production will develop and meet growing demand through to 2050
DNV and The Global Food Safety Initiative (GFSI) partnered to investigate trends in food safety.
Food safety is clearly the primary concern for consumers, and they tend to trust brands to provide it.
Almost 9 in 10 companies feel pressure for a more sustainable supply chain, and the pressure is mainly driven by customer demands, while regulators/authorities and corporate policies are also having an impact.
A circular economy represents a departure from traditional manufacture and consumption patterns.
That there is a need to transition to a more sustainable way of life is perhaps not in question but whether the world is moving fast enough is.
The pandemic has challenged supply chains worldwide. Manufacturing-based companies suffer from lack of demand, while food and ICT service companies are challenged with over demand, for example.