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Insight + Insight + Insight / Published January 5, 2017 by Adistya Maulidya

Adistya Maulidya

Insight + Insight + Insight

1.The world’s population is predicted to hit 9 billion by 2050, up from today’s total of nearly 6.8 billion, and with it food demand is predicted to increase substantially

2. The food price spike of 2008 was a warning of what is to come. Staple food prices rocketed – wheat up 130%; sorghum rose by 87% and rice 74% – and caused riots in 36 countries.

3. There are many factors that affect food production. The post-war ‘second agricultural revolution’ in developed countries, and the ‘green revolution’ in developing nations in the mid-1960s transformed agricultural practices and raised crop yields dramatically, but the effect is levelling off and will not meet projected demand

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