Foods for Tomorrow

Movement

Using animals as protein sources has become unsustainable in facing the challenge of feeding all of humanity without destroying the planet. Industrial farming uses millions of tons of corn, soybeans, and grains to feed animals, producing, thereafter, much less food than they are given. This system is extremely inefficient and is one of the main factors that create health and environmental problems, and blatantly ignores the protection of animals.

We need to reinvent our way of getting protein. In Foods For Tomorrow, we promote a more efficient and sustainable model that allows feeding the entire population even if we reach 9 billion people.

We want to build, together with you, a better world, in every bite.

Foods For Tomorrow model

Vegetable proteins vs. Animal proteins

Kgs of cereals y legumes needed to produce 1kg of final product

Sustainability in Foods for Tomorrow

Ingredients

We make sure that soybean crops come from farms that do not support deforestation.

Production

We try to reduce our ecological footprint in all of our processes: from water and energy efficiency to the streamlining of production through the recycling of waste.

Packaging

We have created a super-efficient form of packaging to reduce our environmental impact. We do not fill the packaging with air, what you see is what you get.

Corporate Social Responsibility

We encourage the debate on improving our food system. Part of our profits go to programs that support social, environmental and animal protection efforts. In April 2018, we plan to launch an annual competition for local projects with positive impact supporting our advocacies.

Social programme of Foods for Tomorrow

In April 2018 we will open our annual contest seeking local projects with positive impact to support.

  • Proteínas
    vegetales
  • Proteínas
    animales
  • Mejoran la salud
  • Salud (1. Fuente: “Risks associated with processed meats.” Archives of Internal Medicine.):
    Incrementan un 16% el riesgo de cáncer
    Incrementan un 21% el riesgo de contraer enfermedad
  • Tienen un impacto positivo en el medio ambiente
  • Medio ambiente (2. “Livestock & Climate Change.” Goodland &: Anhang, 2009, Worldwatch.org.):
    51% de las emisiones mundiales de gases de efecto invernadero impulsadas por la cría y el procesamiento del ganado
  • Ayudan a solucionar las limitaciones de recursos a nivel mundial
  • Recursos ( “Livestock and Climate Change.” International Livestock Research Institute, 2011.):
    45% superficie global está ocupada por espacios para la producción de proteínas vegetales (2)
  • Respetan los animales
  • Respeto animales (5. FAOSTAT):
    66 mil millones de animales mueren cada año en mataderos para la producción de carne

“Sabemos que somos soñadores pero no somos los únicos”.
El Movimiento Foods for Tomorrow une a miles de personas para mejorar nuestra manera de producir y consumir alimentos.

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