What will the tomato of the future look like? The landscape of modern agriculture and our food system is constantly evolving and food production must increase 70 percent by 2050 to feed the growing world population. Agriculture must undergo major changes in order to achieve this goal without causing dramatic increase of global greenhouse gas emissions. In such a global “climate”, retailers, governments and consumers are creating demand for sustainable grains. Agribusinesses have committed to using fertilizer more efficiently and improving soil conservation, and the public sector is also investing in „climate-smart agriculture”, therefore sustainable agriculture is gaining traction. But what is the real cost of sustainability and what is the real cost of cheap food? How organic and climate change influence the sustainability of agriculture? Where is the GMO debate leading? What is the role of organic food industry and small-scale local farms in modern agriculture? How agricultural printing, vertical farms, hydroponics and underground farms shape future agriculture?