Because of the drought in the US, meat prices are expected to fall for a while, then shoot through the roof.
Rising food prices, the growing population and environmental concerns are just a few issues that have organisations – including the United Nations and the government – worrying about how we will feed ourselves in the future.
“Rising prices mean we are now starting to see the return of meat as a luxury. As a result we are looking for new ways to fill the meat gap.”
Insects, or mini-livestock as they could become known, will become a staple of our diet, says Gaye.
Other things mentioned are sonic-enhanced food, lab grown meat, and algae. Yum.