If 2020 exposed the global food supply chain’s vulnerability, what is in store for 2021?

The pandemic shows no signs of slowing, even with the prospect of a global vaccine rollout on the horizon. The conditions created by it will continue to shape how we choose, consume and make food. But, what does that mean in practice? In short, local supply chains, less labour-intensive methods of production and a more discerning consumer base.

Improved shelf life, taste and pesticide-free growing practices could drive consumer demand for produce grown in controlled environments as trends for 2021 emerge. 

Source: Food Logistics

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