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Future Foods by David Julian McClements

Title Future Foods
Author David Julian McClements
Publisher Springer
Release Date 2019-04-29
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 395
ISBN 9783030129958
Language English, Spanish, and French
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We are in the midst of an unprecedented era of rapid scientific and technological advances that are transforming the way our foods are produced and consumed. Food architecture is being used to construct healthier, tastier, and more sustainable foods. Functional foods are being created to combat chronic diseases such as obesity, cancer, diabetes, stroke, and heart disease. These foods are fortified with nutraceuticals or probiotics to improve our mood, performance, and health. The behavior of foods inside our guts is being controlled to increase their healthiness. Precision nutrition is being used to tailor diets to our unique genetic profiles, microbiomes, and metabolisms. Gene editing, nanotechnology, and artificial intelligence are being used to address modern food challenges such as feeding the growing global population, reducing greenhouse gas emissions, reducing waste, and improving sustainability. However, the application of these technologies is facing a backlash from consumers concerned about the potential risks posed to human and environmental health. Some of the questions addressed in this book are: What is food architecture? How does sound and color impact taste? Will we all have 3D food printers in all our homes? Should nanotechnology and gene editing be used to enhance our foods? Are these new technologies safe? Would you eat bug-foods if it led to a more sustainable food supply? Should vegetarians eat themselves? Can nutraceuticals and probiotics stop cancer? What is the molecular basis of a tasty sustainable burger? David Julian McClements is a Distinguished Professor in food science who has used physics, chemistry, and biology to improve the quality, safety, and healthiness of foods for over 30 years. He has published over 900 scientific articles and 10 books in this area and is currently the most highly cited food scientist in the world. He has won numerous scientific awards for his work. The aim of this book is to highlight the many exciting advances being made in the science of foods, and to show their application for solving important problems related to the modern food supply, such as tackling chronic diseases, feeding a global population, reducing food waste, and creating healthier and tastier foods.

Future Foods by Heimo Mikkola

Title Future Foods
Author Heimo Mikkola
Publisher BoD – Books on Demand
Release Date 2017-10-04
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 194
ISBN 9789535135517
Language English, Spanish, and French
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It is anticipated that by 2050 we will have nine billion people to feed-how can we manage? As scarcities of agricultural land, water, forest, fishery and biodiversity resources, as well as nutrients and nonrenewable energy are foreseen, insect rearing is one solution for food and feed security in the future. In this book, we have nine chapters ranging from mushroom, insect, and earthworm farming to smart packaging and 3D printing of future foods. However, because of their biological composition, several issues should be considered, such as microbial safety, toxicity, palatability, and the presence of inorganic compounds. Specific health implications ought to be kept in mind especially if mushrooms, earthworms, or insects are reared on waste products. Allergies induced through insects' ingestion also deserve attention. A possible HACCP plan has been described considering pre-requirements in insect production and transformation.

Title Future Food Today A cookbook by SPACE10
Author SPACE10
Publisher Frame Publishers
Release Date 2019-05-01
Category Cooking
Total Pages 256
ISBN 9789492311405
Language English, Spanish, and French
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IKEA’s future living lab SPACE10 has made their first ever cookbook with a collection of recipes based on future food trends. What we eat today shapes tomorrow. Considering the world’s food production is challenging the planet, we need to eat in alternative ways – now and in the future. Future Food Today is a collection of recipes based on future food trends, straight from the SPACE10 food lab and test kitchen. The book expresses SPACE10’s beliefs around food and food production. From “dogless hotdogs” and “algae chips”, to “bug burgers” and “microgreen popsicles”, it’s packed with dishes we could one day be eating on a regular basis. It also includes simple guides to producing food locally and sustainably, and explains how to use alternative ingredients, gastronomic innovation and technology—such as hydroponic farming—to offer an alternative to the planet’s growing demand for food and excessive consumption of meat. Features • Future Food Today is both a coffee table book and a kitchen tool, challenging the category of cookbooks both visually and conceptually. • It frames the zeitgeist around food and future food in a visually appealing and easily understandable way. • Futuristic and aspirational, this cookbook with a lab mindset offers a down-to-earth and hands-on approach to food.

Future Foods by Anonim

Title FUTURE FOODS
Author Anonim
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2018
Category
Total Pages 86
ISBN 1785696459
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The Future Of Food by Mustafa Bayram

Title The Future of Food
Author Mustafa Bayram
Publisher Cambridge Scholars Publishing
Release Date 2020-03-30
Category Social Science
Total Pages 211
ISBN 9781527548978
Language English, Spanish, and French
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The destiny of humans is parallel to the destiny of food. If the latter is available, then the former will also be present. The definition of food today is very different from that of our ancestors, who saw it as a nutritious thing that may obtainable through collecting or planting. However, today, food can be modified genetically and made through molecular synthesis. This book discusses the future of food, and explores the context of novel definitions of food through horizon scanning. It considers the most cutting-edge developments in the food industry, including lab-meat, nano-engineered foods, vertical agriculture, foodomics, and Marsfoods. The book also investigates new food engineering processing techniques, future technologies, and future consumption trends.

Meals To Come by Warren Belasco

Title Meals to Come
Author Warren Belasco
Publisher Univ of California Press
Release Date 2006-10-18
Category Cooking
Total Pages 358
ISBN 9780520250352
Language English, Spanish, and French
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"Warren Belasco is a witty, wonderfully observant guide to the hopes and fears that every era projects onto its culinary future. This enlightening study reads like time-travel for foodies."—Laura Shapiro, author of Something From the Oven: Reinventing Dinner in 1950s America "In his insightful look at human imaginings about their food and its future sufficiency, Warren Belasco makes use of everything from academic papers, films, and fiction to journalism, advertising and world’s fairs to trace a pattern of public concern over two centuries. His wide-ranging scholarship humbles all would-be futurists by reminding us that ours is not the first generation, nor is it likely to be the last, to argue inconclusively about whether we can best feed the world with more spoons, better manners or a larger pie. Truly painless education; a wonderful read!"—Joan Dye Gussow, author This Organic Life "Warren Belasco serves up an intellectual feast, brilliantly dissecting two centuries of expectations regarding the future of food and hunger. Meals to Come provides an essential guide to thinking clearly about the worrisome question as to whether the world can ever be adequately and equitably fed."—Joseph J. Corn, co-author of Yesterday's Tomorrows: Past Visions of the American Future "This astute, sly, warmly human critique of the basic belly issues that have absorbed and defined Americans politically, socially, and economically for the past 200 years is a knockout. Warren Belasco’s important book, crammed with knowledge, is absolutely necessary for an understanding of where we are now."—Betty Fussell, author of My Kitchen Wars

Title Future Impacts of Biotechnology on Agriculture Food Production and Food Processing
Author Klaus Menrad
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date 2013-06-29
Category Science
Total Pages 407
ISBN 9783642524745
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Although the first Agro-Food products based on modem biotechnology (e. g. recombinant chymosin for cheese production; tomato puree based on genetically engineered tomatoes; herbicide-resistant, genetically modified soybean; insect resistant maize) have been introduced in the EU markets in recent years, the application of this technology is still being intensively discussed in the European Union. Recent opinion polls indicate as well that consumers' acceptance of genetically engineered food and agro-products still is relatively low (e. g. European Commission 1997, Hampel et al. 1997), at least in some member states of the EU. In contrast, representatives from politics and industry underline the necessity to apply modem biotechnology in the Agro-Food sector as well, mainly to ensure the competitiveness of EU agriculture and food industry and for employment reasons. Against this background there seems to be a need for a scientific analysis of the future impacts of modem biotechnology in the Agro-Food sector of the EU. Recent studies trying to analyse this issue (e. g. OECD 1992, Teuber 1992) usually comprise extrapolations of status-quo analyses. What has not been exploited so far in this context are systematic technology forecasting approaches which do not include only one single country, but get information on an international level. Therefore, the impacts of modem biotechnology on the Agro-Food sector in five member countries of the EU (Germany, Greece, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain) have been analysed with the help of the Delphi methodology which represents one of the most reliable tools for technology forecasting.

Title Crop Yields and Prices and Our Future Food Supply
Author George Frederick Warren
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 1914
Category Agricultural prices
Total Pages 27
ISBN UIUC:30112019744165
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Lost Feast by Lenore Newman

Title Lost Feast
Author Lenore Newman
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2019-10-08
Category Extinction (Biology)
Total Pages 280
ISBN 1770414355
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In LOST FEAST, food expert Lenore Newman sets out to look at the history of the foods we have loved to death and what that means for the culinary paths we choose for the future. Bracketing the chapters are a series of extinction dinners , designed to recreate meals of the past or to illustrate how we might be eating in the future. Part culinary romp, part environmental wake-up call, LOST FEAST makes a critical contribution to our understanding of food security today. You will never look at what s on your plate in quite the same way again.

Title Personalized Nutrition
Author Frans Kok
Publisher CRC Press
Release Date 2007-08-24
Category Medical
Total Pages 304
ISBN 1420009176
Language English, Spanish, and French
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From one person to the next, optimal health is governed by a huge array of minor genetic differences. When modulated by a variety of food bioiactives, these differences result in changes in gene expression and subsequent phenotypic expression. Combining biomedical and social science with contributions from leaders in both fields, Personalized Nutrition: Principles and Applications illustrates molecular, physiological, epidemiological, and public health aspects with examples from major diseases and discusses the behavioral, ethical, and consumer perspectives that will influence a successful introduction of personalized nutrition. Divided into three sections, the book answers pertinent questions crucial to the mainstream acceptance of personalized nutrition: to what extent is this personal diet-and-health relationship practically valid? how can nutrition science demonstrate this? And what is the proposition of stakeholders in society, including the consumer? The book begins with an overview of the state-of-the-science in nutrigenomic technologies including transcriptomics, proteomics, and metabolomics. It covers the use of genomics technology for a better understanding of the molecular mechanisms involved in major diet-related chronic disorders such as chronic inflammation, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, cancer, and obesity. Section two compares the practices and opinions of scientists, food companies, consumers, competitive athletes, and health care providers on the subject of personalized nutrition. It reviews marketing potential, consumer attitudes, and the ethical issues surrounding personalized advice. The final section focuses on humanitarian concerns related to developing countries and calls for international efforts to develop best practices, collaboration, and dataset sharing. The authors also consider ongoing innovations in food technology, nutrigenomics, and food delivery systems.

Title Future Survey Annual 1988 1989
Author Michael Marien
Publisher Transaction Publishers
Release Date 1990-01-01
Category Political Science
Total Pages 212
ISBN 0930242351
Language English, Spanish, and French
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BMW Z-cars have carved a huge reputation for themselves in a very short time. From the revolutionary and innovative Z1 of the late 1980s to the beautiful and exclusive Z8 of more recent times, via the popular Z3 and its controversial replacement, the Z4, the family has made BMW's name in the increasingly competitive sports-car market.

Title Fighting for the Future of Food
Author Rachel Schurman
Publisher U of Minnesota Press
Release Date 2013-11-30
Category Science
Total Pages 296
ISBN 145290071X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When scientists working in the agricultural biotechnology industry first altered the genetic material of one organism by introducing genes from an entirely different organism, the reaction was generally enthusiastic. To many, these genetically modified organisms (GMOs) promised to solve the challenges faced by farmers and to relieve world hunger. Yet within a decade, this “gene revolution” had abruptly stalled. Widespread protests against the potential dangers of “Frankenfoods” and the patenting of seed supplies in the developing world forced the industry to change course. As a result, in the late 1990s, some of the world’s largest firms reduced their investment in the agricultural sector, narrowed their focus to a few select crops, or sold off their agricultural divisions altogether. Fighting for the Future of Food tells the story of how a small group of social activists, working together across tables, continents, and the Internet, took on the biotech industry and achieved stunning success. Rachel Schurman and William A. Munro detail how the anti-biotech movement managed to alter public perceptions about GMOs and close markets to such products. Drawing strength from an alternative worldview that sustained its members’ sense of urgency and commitment, the anti-GMO movement exploited political opportunities created by the organization and culture of the biotechnology industry itself. Fighting for the Future of Food ultimately addresses society’s understanding and trust (or mistrust) of technological innovation and the complexities of the global agricultural system that provides our food.

The Future Of Food by Brian J. Ford

Title The Future of Food
Author Brian J. Ford
Publisher Unknown
Release Date 2000-01-01
Category Health & Fitness
Total Pages 120
ISBN 0500280754
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Our future depends on food: it controls our health, underpins social structures, and helps dictate the political agenda. Among the crucial issues discussed in this challenging study of food by the eminent biologist Brian J. Ford are new food-borne diseases and the dietary needs of the young, the elderly, and women. He examines the complex questions of genetically modified food and provides important insights into food intolerance and life-threatening allergies, the relationship between food and culture, organic farming, the impact of climate change, and how revolutionary new foods will change the world.

Title Fighting for the Future of Food
Author Rachel Schurman
Publisher U of Minnesota Press
Release Date 2013-11-30
Category Science
Total Pages 296
ISBN 145290071X
Language English, Spanish, and French
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When scientists working in the agricultural biotechnology industry first altered the genetic material of one organism by introducing genes from an entirely different organism, the reaction was generally enthusiastic. To many, these genetically modified organisms (GMOs) promised to solve the challenges faced by farmers and to relieve world hunger. Yet within a decade, this “gene revolution” had abruptly stalled. Widespread protests against the potential dangers of “Frankenfoods” and the patenting of seed supplies in the developing world forced the industry to change course. As a result, in the late 1990s, some of the world’s largest firms reduced their investment in the agricultural sector, narrowed their focus to a few select crops, or sold off their agricultural divisions altogether. Fighting for the Future of Food tells the story of how a small group of social activists, working together across tables, continents, and the Internet, took on the biotech industry and achieved stunning success. Rachel Schurman and William A. Munro detail how the anti-biotech movement managed to alter public perceptions about GMOs and close markets to such products. Drawing strength from an alternative worldview that sustained its members’ sense of urgency and commitment, the anti-GMO movement exploited political opportunities created by the organization and culture of the biotechnology industry itself. Fighting for the Future of Food ultimately addresses society’s understanding and trust (or mistrust) of technological innovation and the complexities of the global agricultural system that provides our food.

Food Or War by Julian Cribb

Title Food or War
Author Julian Cribb
Publisher Cambridge University Press
Release Date 2019-10-03
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 335
ISBN 9781108712903
Language English, Spanish, and French
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For anyone concerned about the health, safety, affordability, diversity, and sustainability of their food - and the peace of our planet.

Title The Functional Foods Revolution
Author Michael Heasman
Publisher Earthscan
Release Date 2014-05-14
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 334
ISBN 9781849776165
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Foods that promote human health - 'functional foods' or nutraceuticals - have caught the imagination of the global food industry. All the household-name companies are developing them as a key driver in their global strategies. They see the prospect of new markets and bigger margins, but the issues presented are fraught with complexity and difficulties. Distinguishing hype from real hope, the authors of this handbook explain the dilemmas and contradictions the industry faces. They present a wealth of detailed marketing, food policy and regulatory material from the leading markets world-wide and show how the hopes of the industry, and the consumer, may be dashed. The solution they offer is radical - nothing less than a new business model of what they term a healthful company.

Title Global Food Security and Supply
Author Wayne Martindale
Publisher John Wiley & Sons
Release Date 2014-12-19
Category Technology & Engineering
Total Pages 232
ISBN 9781118699294
Language English, Spanish, and French
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With the global population projected to reach 9 billion by theyear 2050, the need for nations to secure food supplies for theirpopulations has never been more pressing. Finding better supplychain solutions is an essential part of achieving a secure andsustainable diet for a rapidly increasing population. We are now ina position, through methods including life cycle assessment (LCA),carbon footprinting and other tools, to accurately measure andassess our use – or misuse – of natural resources,including food. The impact of new technologies and managementsystems can therefore improve efficiencies and find new ways toreduce waste. Global Food Security and Supply provides robust, succinctinformation for people who want to understand how the global foodsystem works. The book demonstrates the specific tools availablefor understanding how food supply works, addresses the challengesfacing a secure and safe global food supply, and helps readers toappreciate how these challenges might be overcome. This book is a concise and accessible text that focuses onrecent data and findings from a range of internationalcollaborations and studies. The author provides both asnapshot of global food supply and security today, and a projectionof where these issues may lead us in the future. This book willtherefore be of particular interest to food policy leaders,commercial managers in the food industry, and researchers andstudents seeking a better understanding of a rapidly evolvingtopic.

Elementary Food Science by Ernest R. Vieira

Title Elementary Food Science
Author Ernest R. Vieira
Publisher Springer Science & Business Media
Release Date 1999-02-28
Category Science
Total Pages 424
ISBN 0834216574
Language English, Spanish, and French
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In addition, there is a completely new section which includes safety and sanitation as well as laboratory exercises in sensory, microbiological, and chemical quality tests, and processing methods for a variety of the foods described in previous chapters. Designed to be used by students that may not have an extensive background in the sciences, this outstanding text does not, however, avoid coverage of complex elements of food science; rather it explains them in a way that facilitates their understanding.

Food Consumption In China by Zhang-Yue Zhou

Title Food Consumption in China
Author Zhang-Yue Zhou
Publisher Edward Elgar Publishing
Release Date 2014-03-28
Category Business & Economics
Total Pages 200
ISBN 9781782549208
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Recent decades have seen China�s domestic consumption in sectors such as food, housing, health care, education and travel greatly increase. This important book assesses China�s current food consumption trends and the outlook for its future needs of suc

Eating History by Andrew F. Smith

Title Eating History
Author Andrew F. Smith
Publisher Columbia University Press
Release Date 2009-09-18
Category Cooking
Total Pages 392
ISBN 9780231511759
Language English, Spanish, and French
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Food expert and celebrated food historian Andrew F. Smith recounts in delicious detail the creation of contemporary American cuisine. The diet of the modern American wasn't always as corporate, conglomerated, and corn-rich as it is today, and the style of American cooking, along with the ingredients that compose it, has never been fixed. With a cast of characters including bold inventors, savvy restaurateurs, ruthless advertisers, mad scientists, adventurous entrepreneurs, celebrity chefs, and relentless health nuts, Smith pins down the truly crackerjack history behind the way America eats. Smith's story opens with early America, an agriculturally independent nation where most citizens grew and consumed their own food. Over the next two hundred years, however, Americans would cultivate an entirely different approach to crops and consumption. Advances in food processing, transportation, regulation, nutrition, and science introduced highly complex and mechanized methods of production. The proliferation of cookbooks, cooking shows, and professionally designed kitchens made meals more commercially, politically, and culturally potent. To better understand these trends, Smith delves deeply and humorously into their creation. Ultimately he shows how, by revisiting this history, we can reclaim the independent, locally sustainable roots of American food.