The production and consumption of food needs to be radically rethought if we are to feed the world’s population, according to designer Marije Vogelzang.
Vogelzang, who curated the Embassy of Food at Dutch Design Week last month, has described the global food situation today as “sick”.
“There are many issues in the world of food, looking at how many people do not have food and how many people have too much food,” said Vogelzang, who describes herself as an eating designer.
“I think the division of food is sick. If we keep on consuming the way we do, we won’t have the foods that we have now, so we need creative ideas to change this food system.”
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