The Poultry Site – While billions of Euros and dollars are being spent on research to improve crop, livestock and food production, the supply of food as populations grow in size and wealth will largely be determined by the climate and land availability.
However, while the demand for food is growing and people are getting wealthier, the proportion of household incomes that is being spent on food is now less than it was 30 or 40 years ago.
A changing global population, with an emerging growing middle class and changing eating habits has seen a switch to a more meat based diet.
According to Mario Pezzini, the director of the OECD Development Centre the global middle class is expected to grow from 1.8 billion in 2009 to 3.2 billion by 2020… >>Continue Reading<<
Source and Photo: The Poultry Site, 4th October, 2013