Fermentation can help build a more efficient and sustainable food system – here’s how

Fermentation presents an opportunity to fundamentally change how the world eats and improve global human and environmental health and the economy. Image: REUTERS/Richa Naidu

Natalia Suescun Pozas

Community Engagement Lead, World Economic Forum

Caroline Bushnell

Corporate Engagement, The Good Food Institute


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