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What do crickets, microalgae and soy whey all have in common? They're what future food will be like and they're being developed in Singapore. As the world's population grows to hit 9.8 billion over the next 30 years, global food demand is set to increase 70%. In import-reliant Singapore, startups are looking for ways to create sustainable and nutritious food sources.
Why It Matters

Why It Matters - S3: The future of food

20 Oct 2019 04:07pm
What do crickets, microalgae and soy whey all have in common? They're what future food will be like and they're being developed in Singapore. As the world's population grows to hit 9.8 billion over the next 30 years, global food demand is set to increase 70%. In import-reliant Singapore, startups are looking for ways to create sustainable and nutritious food sources.

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About the show:

The future is here. And it’s getting more complicated.

To help make sense of it all, host Joshua Lim returns with a brand-new season of Why It Matters.

From cheating death, to imitating nature, to roaming the brave new world of the metaverse, our inquisitive host explores the emerging technologies and trends on the horizon that would transform our lives.

Join him as he helps us decode the future, and uncover what matters in our increasingly complex world and why it matters.

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