FOOD 3.0 Episode 3 FRANKEN FOOD
Food, Agriculture, Forestry, Soil, Minerals and Natural Resources • 43m
Given our current practices, the planet will soon be unable to satisfy the demand for food. This is already of vital concern, but it is set to become even more pressing. What kind of solutions could help us rise to this immense challenge?
A ground-breaking account of all the trends that will shape tomorrow’s food.
Directors: Jean-Baptiste Erreca, Guilhem Randot
Produced by: La Compagnie des Taxi-Brousse, Rappi Productions and Nova Media Productions.
Languages Spoken: English and French
2018 | 3 x 43 mins | SDH English Subtitles
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