Food Frontier’s Theory of Change

With the world’s population predicted to grow to 10 billion by 2050, demand for protein continues to rise, requiring a more diverse protein supply to feed growing populations safely and sustainably. Nutritious, sustainable and satisfying protein alternatives – made from plants, cell-cultivation and precision fermentation – offer new protein choices for consumers and help address major threats to our ecology, economy, and health.

Informed by this overwhelming evidence, Food Frontier works to diversify diets with these protein alternatives. Our impact will be to leave future generations with a world that has less disease, improved food security, a more stable climate, and more wild places. This graphic represents Food Frontier’s Theory of Change, and how we work to catalyse that change.

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