How can the world adequately feed more than 9 billion people by 2050 in a manner that advances economic development and reduces pressure on the environment?

New analysis shows that we’ll need about 60 percent more food calories in 2050 than in 2006 if global demand continues on its current trajectory.

Between 33 – 45% of the world’s fruits and vegetables go to waste every year. Food is lost or wasted throughout the supply chain, from initial agricultural production down to final household consumption.

iFood Packaging Systems is on a mission to establish its Modified Active Atmosphere Packaging (MAAP) system as the affordable gold standard for the packaging and distribution of superior, long lasting, riper, safer and nutritious whole fruits, vegetables, and cut flowers.

IFS has a vision that within five years, IFS MAAP System will be used to package fresh, whole produce and flowers throughout the world through a diversified customer base and a network of strategic partnerships. The Company will be a major component of the supply chain delivering high quality produce worldwide. iFood Systems will assist in supplying nutritious fruits and vegetables to impoverished regions as well as implement the technology locally for better economic development.