Future of Food: A Food Podcast About What's Next
By Red Cup Agency
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What is the future of food? Will technological solutions to feeding the world and increasing crop yields lead to our salvation as a species or to our demise? At this inflection point – politically and ecologically – how we can redeem ourselves as citizens of the planet by making thoughtful connections between food and tech?
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Very informative / great quality!
This is a very profesional and quality podcast. For anyone who has an interest in learning the science behind food and the effects that GMO vs Non GMO, pesticides and other chemicals, this is the podcast for you. I highly recomend it.