Presently, the food that the world eats not only takes up 70% of the existing freshwater on Earth, but it also gobbles down the non-human livestock in the process of its making. By 2050, experts believe that food production will have to go upto 70% to feed a staggering extra human population of 2.5 billion people. That is not good news. According to food researchers, humans need to reinvent the way they farm. Or, they need to reinvent their menu. While farming is hard to begin from square one all over again; the food of the future is here to change the way we eat.