And he can get fucked.
Food production in China is split between vast, industrial operations using the latest technology and small-scale “peasant” farms that employ traditional agricultural practices.
The Italian company is downplaying fears that contaminants in palm oil, one of the hazelnut spread’s main ingredients, are carcinogenic.
That’s 44 million tonnes of food saved from the bin.
Basically, eating pond scum could save the world.
In the future, there will be no eating, drinking, or defecation.
The cinnamon ones are good, though.
A look at the big moments in food production this year reveals how far we’ve come, and how very far we have left to go.
With its aquaculture, hydroponics, and photovoltaics mash up, the "floating farm" could produce food 365 days a year, regardless of water scarcity, drought, and even natural disasters.
Video blogger Andy George recently documented his attempts to make a sandwich entirely from scratch; killing a chicken, making salt, and even growing his own wheat.