Too much and too little go side by side. So much depends on where you happen to live: one in nine people in the world are hungry at this moment, yet some industrial countries face an ‘obesity epidemic’. And in these nations it’s the poor, not the rich, who are more likely to be overweight. Food security isn’t just about growing ‘enough’ food. It’s about producing the right food, in the right quantity, at the right time, around the world.
How can consumers and businesses change their relationship with food, so that we feed our children, ourselves and our communities not just well, but wisely?