4 Indians in the world’s top ’50 next’ gastronomy gamechangers list

These innovators have been selected from more than 400 candidates across 30 countries in six continents as the next-gen leaders of gastronomy.

4 Indians in the world’s top ’50 next’ gastronomy gamechangers list
Four young Indian innovators have been named among the world's top 50 leading gastronomy gamechangers in the '50 Next: Class of 2022', first-ever live awards ceremony presented at the Spanish city of Bilbao on Thursday (Image: The world's 50 best)

Four young Indian innovators have been named among the world's top 50 leading gastronomy gamechangers in the '50 Next: Class of 2022', first-ever live awards ceremony presented at the Spanish city of Bilbao on Thursday. The list celebrates the next generation of leaders creating sustainable solutions for the global food and drink industry.

Delhi-based forensic scientist Dr Risha Jasmine Nathan (Image: The world's 50 best)

Delhi-based forensic scientist Dr Risha Jasmine Nathan, Bengaluru-based Vinesh Johny and Anusha Murthy, and Mumbai-based Nidhi Pant were placed in the top 50. Singapore-born Indian-origin food entrepreneur Travinder Singh also has made the top 50 for his food tech start-up idea that turns food waste into beverages.