Our food system is at a crossroads. Climate change and biodiversity collapse are colliding with poverty, conflict and – most recently – Covid-19 to fuel a growing hunger crisis around the world. We already know our current system is not working, despite its sophistication and scale – even before the pandemic, two billion people were food insecure. Yet the powerful forces that shape and control our food supply loudly push their case for how they are best placed to feed the world.
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