Food of the future

Food of the future

Insect toast? Algae soup? How does the food of the future really look like? How can we manage our food waste properly? Here you can learn about and experience the menu of the future!

 

CREDO

Photo: Geir MogenCREDO

Credo Restaurant and Skjølberg Søndre Kretsløpsgård have well-established routines for composting food waste from daily operations. Here you will see how we take care of food leftovers from the restaurant and transform it into an important resource that is brought back to the soil for better vegetables and a better globe!

Chrunchy Critters

Photo: Johanne IrgensChrunchy Critters

Have you tried eating insects? These small superheroes are good for both you and the planet. Insects are considered delicacies many places in the world, and we in Invertapro believe that by 2050, they will be a natural part of our diet in Norway too. We will show you why and how – come get a taste of the future!

Tomorrow’s Food

Tomorrow’s Food

We throw away too much food. What if we could reuse it? And at the same time use other nutritional resources? Metapod uses food waste to breed insects, which can be used either as animal feed or human food.

Seaweed – Food of the Future

Photo: SINTEFSeaweed – Food of the Future

Water accounts for 70% of the Earth's surface and the future of food lies within the oceans. We can, for example, grow macroalgae to create tasty new meals.

Food and lifestyle

Photo: Åge Hojem, NTNU University MuseumFood and lifestyle

People all over the world have different approaches to food. In India, there are many vegetarians, which is very good for our planet because meat has a much higher climate footprint than meat-free alternatives. Here, we take a closer look at the various dietary choices people can make. 

The bioreactor

The bioreactor

One of the most crucial technologies in 2050 is composting. Composting contributes to solving three of the major crises we have put ourselves in: the climate crisis, the crisis of biodiversity and the soil crisis. The Johnson-Su Bioreactor is one such technology, where humans and microbes, fungi and bacteria work together to capture carbon, create biodiversity and build fertile soil.

Anno2050

ANNO 2050 - dystopi og håp?

A culinary sci-fi performance about the world community collapse, and what we should eat in the future.
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