Over the next three decades, the global population is predicted to exceed nine-billion, and require nearly 70 percent more food than humans consume today.
Food prices and availability are increasingly volatile. Availability of land is decreasing.
All the while, consumption steadily increases.
In order to overcome these challenges, now and in the future, there are several options businesses, research institutions, governments and consumers must consider.
The full write-up from McKinsey & Company here.