Bitesize: What’s For Dinner in 2050?


Posted 1 week ago in Food & Drink Features

DDF apr-may-24 – Desktop

A new documentary casts its lens two and a half decades down the road to explore how Ireland might produce, sell and eat food in the year 2050.

Featuring reflections from Irish specialists and practitioners drawn from all across the food sector, Dinner 2050: The Future of Food in Ireland sees documentary makers Tadgh Byrne, Max Barry and Tiernan O’Rourke take a fascinating look at what things might be like in the future, as they explore a host of topics including sustainability in the food supply chain, drone deliveries, and how developments in technology will impact and change the world of farming.

Viewers can look forward to hearing insights from a who’s who of the current Irish food and drink scene, with contributions from Niall Sabongi of Sustainable Seafood Ireland, Airfield Estate’s Claire McEvilly, and Chef JP McMahon, amongst others.

Narrated by Catherine Fulvio, the fascinating Cling Films production screens at the Mermaid in Bray at 8pm on Tuesday May 21st.

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Words: Martina Murray

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