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Nutrition 2.0

The future of our food system is quite uncertain. The population continues to grow, and we are already fighting to feed everyone. We are inefficient, approximately one third of the food produced in the world each year is wasted. We are not sustainable; We are depleting our resources faster than they can recover. Climate change could make half of the world's current agricultural land unsuitable. Our current food supply does not meet the demands for a healthy diet. A lot has to change if we want to feed everyone, stay healthy, and be ethical in doing so. Defining a 2.0 diet That is why we have to provide new, nutritious and sustainable options.


A healthy future that tastes good

Junk food and empty calories are the norm in today's Western diet, and it is costing us our most valuable resource, our health. Food 2.0 has to combat that by making the food we already eat more nutritious. This is something that we are already trying to do with our products and little by little there will be nutritious insect foods in the near future. Food 2.0 will bring innovations to the fight against malnutrition. It will make nutritious food easy to grow and accessible to everyone in the world, and it will produce a wider selection of healthy foods to make customization possible.


Sustainability as the only way forward

Food 2.0 is about finding and implementing new sustainable ways to produce nutritious food. It's about using our resources correctly and avoiding waste, from farming practices to packaging materials. We always comment on it through RRSS or events, the current food system will not work for much longer.


A big change is practically a must right now insects will be a big part of it!


Ethical treatment for everyone involved.

One of the most disturbing things about our current diet is the amount of cruelty it causes. For this reason, food 2.0 promotes animal welfare. It is morally humane to raise insects compared to pigs, for example. Food 2.0 encourages ethical treatment not only of animals but of all the people involved. That means fair trade and help for developing countries to access nutritious food. Insect husbandry, due to its low necessary resources, will aid in those efforts.