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Designing Digital Technologies for Sustainable Transformations of Food Systems
  • ISSN: 2056-6522
  • E-ISSN: 2056-6530

Abstract

This Special Issue focuses on exploring the latest trends in the use of information technology to cope with emerging societal transformations on the food system and its interrelations. It aims to be a starting point, especially to show what a key role designers play today in the ongoing transformation process and transition of food systems. It shows that the great challenge of digital innovation in the food sector is to re-design not only the products, but also the services and processes imposed by the ongoing digital transformation.

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