How do we feed the world with zero land expansion and ocean depletion? What is good food? How can we end malnutrition? How can new technology save our food system? These were just some of the questions raised during the EAT Food Forum 2018. Chris Claes, Executive Co-Director of Rikolto, attended the event, which was held in Stockholm, Sweden, on 11 and 12 June.
The Forum welcomed more than 600 delegates from 50 countries and a wide range of organisations: the World Bank, the World Business Council, multinational companies such as Nestlé, Coca Cola and Unilever, and experts from government, UN institutes, cities, academia, the world of philanthropy and civil society, as well as innovative new businesses and even the culinary community. The main theme was “the broken food system of our world”.