Because of the rising food prices, growing population and environmental issues like climate change, experts, scientists, organizations and futurologist are dealing with the problem of how and what we are going to eat in the future.

It is proposed that insects cost less than raising cattle and according to scientists in a researching facility in the Netherlands, they contain the same nutritional value of meat and is also a good source of protein. Countries across the globe have already started to consume and include insects in some of their delicacies.

Sonic-enhanced food, food whose taste has been altered to fit our taste has also been proposed. It has been found that taste can be adjusted by changing the sonic of a background track. The relationship of food and sound is still a researching topic as experts are not yet sure what exactly happens in the brain to trigger the outcome.

Dutch scientists were able to grown “lab-grown” meat or “cultured meat” and produced the first “test-tube” burger. A study by “Oxford University found growing meat in a lab rather than slaughtering animals would significantly reduce greenhouse gases, along with energy and water use.” But because it is not yet commonly used nor tested, it would be difficult to make it a source of production in the future with the increasing demand for food.

Despite being under the food chain, Algae helps solve the problem of food shortages. “Some in the sustainable food industry predict algae farming could become the world’s biggest cropping industry.” Algae’s are good sources; however, experts have not yet done sufficient research to find out all its uses.

So, wait and see what we are really going to have in the future…

Source: BBC
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