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The Global Population and The Future of Food Production

The Global Population and The Future of Food Production
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The Global Population and The Future of Food Production

As the global population continues to grow the future of food production faces many challenges. With estimates suggesting that the world population will increase by 2.3 billion to reach 9.7 billion by 2050, the need for innovative and sustainable food production methods has become urgent. This article looks into the various challenges faced by current food production methods and explores the emerging technologies that are transforming the way we produce our food.

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