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People. Planet. Prosperity
If you are looking for expert insights on the future of food, for people, planet, and prosperity, the Future Food team is available to assist.
Our international team of thought leaders, design experts, gastronomists, researchers, and entrepreneurs have a wealth of experience and knowledge on food sustainability developments and trends.
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Areas of expertise
Future Food has identified eight Initiatives as the main challenges that we, as humanity, need to face for shared prosperity.
These thematic Initiatives serve as the FF training ground, the vehicle by which we move from intention to the realization of our objectives.
Browse through our collection of publications for in-depth insights and reflections on the latest themes and challenges within our global food systems.
Future Food in the media
FoodTank Podcast episode interviewing Sara Roversi, President and Founder of the Future Food Institute, about the organization’s use of technology and research to promote a sustainable agri-food system.
Food Navigator: Future Food accelerating ‘impactful innovations’ to transform nutrition and sustainability
Future Food, an Italian-based organization focused on developing “innovative collaborations” to “revolutionize the food ecosystem” has secured the financial backing of food industry veterans Valerio Nannini and Mauro Piloni.
Future Food Press Releases
UNESCO network of Emblematic Communities Italian delegation gifts seeds of the Mediterranean Diet for Bronx school garden in partnership with New York City Mayor’s office. School 55 of the South
Launch of a project by the Municipality of Pollica, Future Food Institute, and Mygrants to welcome refugees in the small villages of Cilento. In the homeland of the Mediterranean Diet,
Future Food & FAO Award-Winning Food Sustainability Digital Boot Camp Now Provides University Credits
Participants in the groundbreaking professional training program addressing sustainability in global food systems are now able to earn university credits from the University of Nebraska – Lincoln.