A self-driving food delivery robot might appear in a post-pandemic world in which consumers want to avoid human contact.
These are unprecedented times. One thing is for sure— with the widespread acceptance that coronavirus originated in an exotic meat market in China, there has been a massive consumer rethink around food.
This shift is impacting the type of food that is consumed, where it is obtained, how and where it is prepared and how it is produced and stored.
The overarching theme? Fear of contagion and oftentimes human contact.
Here are some predictions of how coronavirus will change the way we eat, based on recent surveys and forecasting.