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Wed 14 Mar 2018, 10:00am–7:00pm

Where: Barangaroo Point, Barangaroo Point Headland Park, Barangaroo, New South Wales

Restrictions: All Ages

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  • Admission: Free
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Did you know?

- 65 billion farm animals per year are needed to feed global demand for meat
- Up to one third of the world’s food produced for human consumption is wasted every year
- There are an estimated 400,000 plant species in the world, each of which may have tens of thousands of proteins

2 billion people around the world are already eating bugs. Would you join them? In a bid to help Australian’s get a ‘taste’ of the future, over the course of March @TheEconomist is offering Aussies ‘Insect’ ice-cream, with the protein rich foods helping to feed the future.

‘Pop Up’ stalls will be visiting Wynyard Park, UNSW, Martin Place and Barangaroo , to name a few. We hope you can share this and also visit to try either the blueberry and raspberry ice cream with a mix of insect its, smooth chocolate ice cream with grasshopper chunks or fresh raspberry ice cream and meal-worm swirls. If you’d like, we can bring some up to your offices to test it out.

To celebrate the launch of The Economist’ #feedingthefuture campaign, here you will find a tasty insect filled chocolate bar. Please share your reaction with us on social media using the hash tag #feedingthefuture and tagging @TheEconomist.

You can read more here about the future of food:

Hope to see you there!