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“Many say the food system is broken. But the problems that people, the economy, and the environment suffer as a consequence of the system aren’t so much a sign that it’s broken as that it wasn’t designed to generate good outcomes for the world we live in today."

IDEO's Holly Bybee and Rebecca Chesney share the importance of designing for adaptability, trust, dignity, and agency to build a more resilient food system for Milken's Power of Ideas.

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