Australian technology can secure food future

Food loss and wastage in Australia is worth $5 billion per year.

With current predictions indicating that food production will need to increase by about 70 per cent to feed 9 billion people in 2050, researchers at the University of Queensland say that Australia’s real contribution to global food security is through education, training and technology transfer.

Australia could also do more to support food production in indigenous communities, the researchers said.

Read more at The University of Queensland