Jack Neele, Portfolio Manager for Robeco Global Consumer Trends Equities, discusses the future of food with guest speaker Michael Kleindl from Blue Horizon Ventures. Both speakers note a shift in consumer preferences to healthier and more sustainable food. In addition, we’re seeing the beginning of a move away from the larger, more institutionalized food producers to smaller producers that meet specific customer needs.
The discussion forms part of our latest trends event, ‘Here today, here tomorrow’.
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