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Vol. 12, Special Issue 11 (2023)

Current and future applications of food science and technology to feed the world’s population

Author(s):
Soniya Ashok Ranveer, Phool Singh Hindoriya, Pooja Nivrutti Bhagat, Satish Kumar and Deepali Suryawanshi
Abstract:
Earth's ability to produce new resources decreases as the world's population grows. As bioresources deplete, new approaches are needed to feed current and future populations. In recent decades, food production has improved, fresh ingredients have been discovered, and new food structures have been designed and built. This review uses cellular agriculture, microalgae, insects, and wood-based fibres as examples of new food or ingredients. It will also take a quick look at the entire food design process, from brainstorming new food concepts to applying artificial intelligence, augmented reality, and blockchain technology to the industry. Need to see how covid -19 affects the food supply chain. Food science and technology have made significant advances in recent years, and this review was written to provide an overview of these developments for a variety of viewers. This article discusses innovative ideas for global food security over the next 2 to 3 decades.
Pages: 851-863  |  167 Views  124 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Soniya Ashok Ranveer, Phool Singh Hindoriya, Pooja Nivrutti Bhagat, Satish Kumar and Deepali Suryawanshi. Current and future applications of food science and technology to feed the world’s population. The Pharma Innovation Journal. 2023; 12(11S): 851-863.
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