[Robin Limb] Although the global population is forecast to hit 9.4 billion by 2050 compared to just 7.2 billion today, the stark reality is: without the promised food supply productivity, the world's population will never approach 9.4 plus billion people, because there simply will not be enough food to go around.
[Robin Limb] Without wanting to recycle the endless justifications for sugar's role in our diet, it is worth remembering its contribution to the food chain.
[Robin Limb] Food production is a unique industry - without it, nothing else happens. Unfortunately, it has also become a highly politicized industry, with stakeholders of all colors and creeds rushing to join the party. It is no longer just about putting food on your plate: it involves multinational giants, NGO's, governmental organizations, and many others besides, all with their own agenda to peddle.