Smart Food for Future Sustainability: Halal and Tayyib Perspectives

Authors

  • Mohammad Aizat Jamaluddin
  • Siti Nur Harmizah Ramli

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36877/jhis.a0000309

Abstract

“Worldwide Smart Food Industry to 2027 — Integrated Applications Play A Key Role in the Smart Farming Ecosystem”, headline used by Research and Markets on the 3rd of May 2022, enlightens the readers about the analysis of the food ecosystem and the role of technologies in lowering costs, increasing revenues, and optimizing overall value throughout the ecosystem. International Crops Research Institute for the Semi-Arid Tropics (2020) reported that millets, sorghum, and grain legumes are incredibly nutrient-dense, climate-smart crops that give smallholder farmers the chance to make a decent livelihood. Future smart food (FSF) refers to neglected and underutilized species which are nutritionally rich, climate resilient, economically viable, and regionally adaptive (Li & Siddique, 2018). In the face of climate change and water scarcity, it is critical to equip the agriculture sector with climate-resilient approaches and crops that can withstand more stressful environments in order to maintain food production, meet increasing demand, combat nutrition and health issues, and construct a sustainable livelihood for farmers (Kane-Potaka & Kumar, 2019).

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2022-10-23

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