Agriculture, Food and Beverage

Where does our food come from?

By 2050, food output will need to increase by around 70% to feed an ever-growing population, according to FAO estimates. Image: Unsplash/v20sk

Tessa Di Grandi

Writer, Mining & Capital Markets, Visual Capitalist

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Map showing the historical origins of our food
Map showing the historical origins of our food. Image: Visual Capitalist

Leading food producers: The top three producers of staple crops in 2020 were Brazil, India and China.
Leading food producers: The top three producers of staple crops in 2020 were Brazil, India and China. Image: Visual Capitalist

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