At the end of June, I returned from Dalian, China, where the “Summer Davos” was held. One of the items on the agenda was the new reality of food supply in China, the world’s fastest growing food market in terms of demand. Domestic production cannot feed the entire country, so each year China begins to consume more and more Western products, which raises the big debate of how to strike a reasonable balance between food security and healthy and tasty food.