Food Security

How can we produce enough protein to feed 10 billion people? 

Was the world's first lab-grown beef burger a taste of things to come? Image: Oliver Sjöström/Unsplash

Lisa Sweet

Head of Future of Protein, COVID Response, and Food-Health, World Economic Forum

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Nutritional divides among the world's 7.5 billion people Image: World Economic Forum
Net health effects of substituting beef with different food types globally and by national income class Image: World Economic Forum
Estimated current prices of the different food types Image: World Economic Forum

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