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The IED Innovation Lab in Madrid: a new home for our Future Food

Here we are with a great content from our Beatriz Jacoste Lozano about our Food Innovation Global Mission Experience in Madrid:

This week was terrific. This word has always meant for me a combination between something that is both terrifying and wonderful at the same time. It felt like jumping into the sea and getting sucked in but being able to emerge from the water; airless but thrilled with the fact of being alive.
So, yes: we made it!!

On the 23rd of May, we presented the Future Food Lab in Madrid at the IED Innovation LabThe Future Food Lab is a place for transformative projects through innovation and multidisciplinary approaches. We want to have a positive impact in people, companies, and institutions. We want to make them future-proof and invite them to be part of the change.

This eclectic place, dressed in bright green, blue and red and in-house made furniture, is the home created by the IED to become a playground for transformative projects.

Inside reside multidisciplinary talented people and the most miscellaneous tools to be able to understand and find solutions to present and future challenges. One of the labs created by the center, is the Future Food Lab, born as collaboration between the Future Food Institute and the Istituto Europeo di Design

Some of the most amazing people in the Spanish food-scene were present at the event and celebrated with us the kick-start of this exciting project. We had we us: Raul Martin talking about the future of the meat industry; Farmidableexplaining their vision of how we will feed cities in the future; LeanPath, Inc.making us think about food waste in a new way; Elahe Rajabiani explaining the design thinking process, Valerio Pappalardo and José de la Rosaexplaining the future of eating with the example of the Urban Coolab in Bologna and Carol Blázquez on the impact of innovation and design in sustainability…

Read the complete article of Beatriz on Medium HERE

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