The Bay Area has become a fountainhead for the food movement, birthing concepts like “California Cuisine,” “locavore” and the “slow food” movement, while incorporating its other role as a technology hotbed to birth scores of startup innovations.
This crossroads of food culture, technology, and innovations based here promise to reshape our relationship with food: what it is comprised of, how it’s grown or preserved, and whether it’s consumed or wasted. How will the environment force change on future diets? How will new farming technologies impact food options for an exploding urban population? What new roles will food and big data play in our medicine and health? and what new insights do leaders in the food movement envision for the issues we face.
On Thursday November 8, our third 2018 TEDxMarin Salon will explore the future of food; rethinking our existing relationship with it, while bringing a wealth of ideas on emerging food systems to the TEDxMarin table. For questions call 415-785-8873