Date 09.02.2019 | Category: News
By 2050, the world’s population is expected to reach almost 10 billion, making today’s food supply more challenging than ever.
The lack of affordable nutritious foods continues to be a challenge with millions still suffering from hunger, micronutrient deficiencies and malnutrition.
On the other hand, consumers are demanding healthier, natural and more authentic food products and are shifting towards a plant-based diet. Sustainability and environmental concerns are putting pressure on natural resources, leading to consumers demanding food choices that are not only good for them, but good for the planet too. Additionally, we are in the era of a digital transformation, which means we must create products and services relevant for a tech-savvy generation.
We can only meet the needs of this growing population through disruptive innovation. This is why at Nestlé we have adopted a multi-faceted approach to how we innovate. Over the last 12-18 months, we have taken several measures to accelerate the innovation of products and services that address consumer needs and challenges, while having a positive impact on the environment and society. Read the full article by Stefan Palzer, Chief Technology Officer, Nestlé S.A Click Here
Source: NestleAuthor: COX