Future 50 foods: 50 foods for healthier people and a healthier planet

Knorr, WWF, Washington University
Resource type:
Advocacy and policy

Seventy-five percent of the global food supply comes from 12 plant and five animal species – this report by WWF, Washington University, and food giant, Knorr, looks at how diversifying our diets can help the planet. These 50 foods have been chosen for their nutritional value, environmental impact, flavor, accessibility, acceptability, and affordability.  Seaweed and Cacti are just two examples of foods that could help both people and planet. A fascinating study for public and private sectors that unpacks the benefits of not doing business as usual. 

This resource presents evidence or data but has not been peer reviewed