Future Food Publications

Future Food Thought Leadership

The Future Food team of researchers, innovators, and design-thinkers collaborate with organizational partners to conduct extensive, original research on our most pressing food system challenges. Provided through articles, reports, and whitepapers we invite you to explore the future of food.

2021 Annual Report

In our call to forge a path towards a new direction, the Future Food actions of 2021 were guided by three keywords: Reconnect, Reaffirm, and Regenerate.

Through these lenses, our ecosystem sought to ‘be the change’ so urgently needed in the world today. 

Explore our efforts, activities, and breakthroughs of the past year in our annual report below. 

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Food Shapers

This four-part book series was authored by Food Innovation Master’s students, in collaboration with industry experts, discussing the Future of Proteins, the Future of Food Service, Agro-Innovation in Smart Cities,  and Scalable Sustainability and Circular Systems.

Food for earth

Developed in partnership with FAO, this booklet aggregates insights provided during the Food for Earth 24-Hour Global Marathon for Sustainability, providing a powerful compendium of the latest ideas and initiatives for transforming global food systems. 

Publications Focused on Future Food INitiatives

Latest Future Food News

workshop certified origins


SUSTAINABILITY AND PROSPERITY THINKING: CERTIFIED ORIGINS COMPANY-WIDE WORKSHOP WITH THE FUTURE FOOD INSTITUTE NEW YORK, Jan. 31, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Certified Origins (CO), a European based company specializing in traceable extra virgin olive oil

Edizione 2022 del Journalism Award di EIT Food

Valentina Trifiletti and Francesca Magnoni, vincitrici dell’Edizione 2022 del Journalism Award di EIT Food Roma, 1 dicembre 2022 | L’EIT Food Journalism Awards in Innovation and Sustainability in the Agrifood

Empowering Women in Agri-Food

More opportunities for women, more diversity for the agri-food system, and more prosperity for all. Women are most affected by the climate crisis and less responsible for it. Women in