New technologies, emerging business models and shifts in consumer expectations are impacting the food industry at an accelerated pace. Companies are embracing the need for change, seeking smart solutions to some of the industry’s biggest challenges and working to make a lasting imprint on the way we shop, cook, eat and produce food for years to come. Take a look at seven areas of change that are set to influence the future of food.
Meet Matt Horlacher, a farmer in Tensed, Idaho, who’s working with Ardent Mills to grow White Sonora, one of the oldest surviving North America wheat varieties. White Sonora, a soft white spring wheat with Mexican heritage is well suited for tortillas, flatbreads and more. Ardent Mills partners with family farms to bring to market a variety of ancient and heirloom grains with stories you can proudly share with your customers.