Providing a growing global population with access to affordable, safe, and nutritious food for a healthy diet while maintaining the health of our planet will require transformational changes in the food system. It is expected that advances and discoveries in science and technology, as well as creative new approaches and collaborations across cultures and multiple disciplines, will lead to forward-thinking innovations with the potential for significant food system changes.
The goal of the Challenge is to support innovations that aim to make healthier diets more accessible on a global scale, and empower consumers to make choices benefitting both personal and planetary health.
The Challenge’s mission is to support impactful initiatives and organizations that strive to accelerate the pace of innovation to make the global food system more sustainable, nutritious, and equitable for everyone.
The Challenge will focus on innovations that reside at the white space where three domains intersect:
Founded by Dr. Bernhard van Lengerich, the Seeding The Future Foundation envisions a global food system that provides equitable access to safe, nutritious, and affordable food for everyone while simultaneously improving the long-term sustainability and resilience of our planet.