How do we eat in the big cities of the future?Hur äter vi i framtidens storstäder?

More and more people are settling in urban areas, which will mean a new situation for how we will produce and handle food in the future. The technology also becomes smarter. Food processing applications, urban cultivation projects, DNA tests for customized diets and stores without personnel are popping up worldwide. In this challenge, we want you to submit ideas and suggestions based on the question: How can we, with smart technology, solve the food needs of the future?

Listen to section 5 of the podcast Matlaboratoriet, for inspiration on the subject: # 5 How to eat in the big city of the future! | Food lab on acast

Allt fler människor bosätter sig i urbana områden vilket kommer innebära en ny situation för hur vi ska producera och hantera mat i framtiden. Tekniken blir också smartare. Matsvinnsappar, stadsodlingsprojekt, DNA-test för skräddarsydd kost och butiker utan personal poppar upp världen över. I denna utmaningen vill vi att du skickar in idéer och förslag utifrån frågan: Hur kan vi med smart teknik lösa framtidens matbehov?

Lyssna gärna på avsnitt fem av podcasten Matlaboratoriet, för inspiration i ämnet: #5 Så här äter du i framtidens storstad! | Matlaboratoriet​ on acast

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How do we eat in the big cities of the future?

More and more people are settling in urban areas, which will mean a new situation for how we will produce and handle food in the future. The technology also becomes smarter. Food processing applications, urban cultivation projects, DNA tests for customized diets and stores without personnel are popping up worldwide. In this challenge, we want you to submit ideas and suggestions based on the question: How can we, with smart technology, solve the food needs of the future?

Listen to section 5 of the podcast Matlaboratoriet, for inspiration on the subject: # 5 How to eat in the big city of the future! | Food lab on acast

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By 2050, two-thirds of the world's population (then 10 billion) will live in urban areas. This places higher demands on production, food transport, storage, cooling and waste management. The UN's eleventh sustainability goal is "sustainable cities and societies" and is about settlements being inclusive, safe, resilient and sustainable and imposing entirely new demands on how we should live in the future. Can digitization help us create smarter cities in relation to food?

This challenge is inspired by the fifth section of Openlabs podcast Food Lab - about food, science and society. [ # 5 How to eat in the big city of the future! | Matlaboratorium on acast ]
In the fifth section, Samuel Young and Malin Y Eriksson are interviewed by ICA's innovation hub ICAx about the future food stores, Elsa Bernadotte co-founder of the food waste app Karma about behavioral changes for more sustainable eating habits and Peter Majanen's valuation researcher and CEO of the strategy agency Quattroporte about the 00-talists' views on food and technology.

The food will become even more important in the future, some talking about the food industry as a megatrend and the future big growth market. Several experts also claim that we will have data on everything, how the food has been manufactured, what we need according to our DNA to get in us, which will give us more customized food and cooking. At the same time, we are expected to have more time in the future as we will put on social meals and cooking. Now it is up to you to send suggestions on: "How can we, with smart technology, solve the food needs of the future?"

Submit your tips and ideas on how you think digital solutions and smart technology can help us grow, produce, distribute, trade, cook and recycle in a smart and sustainable way.

GE IDER!
Here, on the idea platform, developlab.se, you have the opportunity to give your solutions. What new innovations, products, methods, processes, political decisions or personal behavioral changes are needed? Maybe you have a solution to some part of the lead? Maybe you want to develop an already existing product or service? Do you agree with the future visions of the fifth section or do you have another survey? Bring your ideas to future innovations needed for sustainable development for our sustainable cities.

HOW DO I?
Utveckladinstad.se is the idea and innovation platform that gives you the opportunity to share your ideas and good examples, and react to others. Set up an idea or innovation, like, share, comment and suggest improvements.

WHAT HAPPENS TO THE IDEAS?
The most interesting ideas that come in will be discussed further on a meetup at Openlab in Stockholm together with experts from our podcast Food Laboratory.

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Hur äter vi i framtidens storstäder?

Allt fler människor bosätter sig i urbana områden vilket kommer innebära en ny situation för hur vi ska producera och hantera mat i framtiden. Tekniken blir också smartare. Matsvinnsappar, stadsodlingsprojekt, DNA-test för skräddarsydd kost och butiker utan personal poppar upp världen över. I denna utmaningen vill vi att du skickar in idéer och förslag utifrån frågan: Hur kan vi med smart teknik lösa framtidens matbehov?

Lyssna gärna på avsnitt fem av podcasten Matlaboratoriet, för inspiration i ämnet: #5 Så här äter du i framtidens storstad! | Matlaboratoriet​ on acast

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År 2050 kommer två tredjedelar av världens befolkning (då 10 miljarder) bo i urbana områden. Detta ställer högre krav på produktion, mattransporter, förvaring, kylning och avfallshantering. FN:s elfte hållbarhetsmål är "hållbara städer och samhällen" och handlar om att bosättningar ska vara inkluderande, säkra, motståndskraftiga och hållbara och ställer helt nya krav på hur vi ska leva i framtiden. Kan digitaliseringen hjälpa oss att skapa smartare städer i relation till mat?

Denna utmaning är inspirerad av det femte avsnittet av Openlabs podcast Matlaboratoriet – om mat, vetenskap och samhälle. [#5 Så här äter du i framtidens storstad! | Matlaboratoriet​ on acast ]
I det femte avsnittet intervjuas Samuel Young och Malin Y Eriksson från ICAs innovationshubb ICAx om framtidens matbutiker, Elsa Bernadotte medgrundare till matsvinnsappen Karma om beteendeförändringar för mer hållbara matvanor och Peter Majanen värderingsforskare och VD på strategibyrån Quattroporte om 00-talisternas syn på mat och teknik.

Maten kommer bli ännu viktigare i framtiden, vissa talar om matindustrin som en megatrend och framtidens stora tillväxtmarknad. Flera experter hävdar även att vi kommer ha data om allt, om hur maten har tillverkats, vad vi på enligt vårt DNA behöver få i oss vilket kommer ge oss mer anpassad mat och matlagning. Samtidigt förutspås vi får mer tid i framtiden som vi kommer lägga på sociala måltider och matlagning. Nu är det upp till dig att skicka förslag på: "Hur kan vi med smart teknik lösa framtidens matbehov?"

Skicka in dina tips och idéer på hur du tror att digitala lösningar och smart teknik kan hjälpa oss odla, producera, distribuera, handla, laga och återvinna på ett smart och hållbart sätt.

GE IDÈER!
Här, på idéplattformen utveckladinstad.se, har du möjlighet att ge dina lösningar. Vilka nya innovationer, produkter, metoder, processer, politiska beslut eller personliga beteendeförändringar behövs? Kanske har du en lösning till någon del av ledet? Kanske vill du utveckla en redan existerande produkt eller tjänst? Håller du med om framtidsvisionerna i det femte avsnittet eller har du en annan spaning? Kom med dina idéer till framtidens innovationer som behövs för en hållbar utveckling för våra hållbara städer.

HUR GÖR JAG?
Utveckladinstad.se är idé- och innvationsplattformen som ger dig möjlighet att dela med dig av dina idéer och goda exempel, och reagera på andras. Lägg upp en idé eller innovation, gilla, dela, kommentera och föreslå förbättringar.

VAD HÄNDER MED IDÉERNA?
De mest intressanta idéerna som kommer in kommer att diskuteras vidare på en meetup hos Openlab i Stockholm tillsammans med experter från vår podcast Matlaboratoriet.

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  • Unprocessed vegetable food served room temperature

    Raw food or raw food if you want is the most natural and most nutritious way to eat food. Without the need for cooking, the opportunities for serving are simplified. For cooking

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