One of the most striking aspects of the photos in the "What The World Eats" exhibition at the Nobel Peace Center is the contrast between raw foods and industrial products. What implications does this have for not only the health of the people, but also for some of the biggest challenges we're facing as a whole planet?
What happens when Food Studio teams up with the Nobel Peace Centre to create a feast amongst the 25 pictured families in the “What the World Eats” exhibition? We invited our guests to explore an extraordinary space and get to know how food travels across the world, landing on our plate.
It was an ordinary Thursday of late September: it had been raining quite heavily, but the weather forecasts were promising. The garden looked fabulous and the greenhouse was in place in the middle of a field, a stone's throw from the king's old residence in Bygdøy.