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From brilliant French patisserie to traditional Japanese ramen, London is a food-lover’s paradise. But that could all come to an end if apocalyptic predictions from the UN are correct. The organisation reports that by 2050, unless there is dramatic change, the world’s population will have grown to the point where demand for food will outstrip production levels. For Londoners, that might mean having to say goodbye to bottomless brunches, rainbow bagels and katsu sandos. But don’t panic: there are a number of start-ups in the city looking to create a more sustainable future for us and our insatiable appetites. We caught up with four of them to find out how they’re future-proofing the capital’s food scene.
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