Not bloody likely.
Not if, as this article suggests, we hit Peak Food in 2006.
"The maximum global growth rate in crop yields for soya beans was in 2009, for milk it was 2004, for eggs it was 1993 and for the fish caught it was 1988. Data from other studies confirm these results. For example, the crop yield per area with maize, wheat, soya and rice on more than a quarter of the farming area around the world is stagnating or decreasing according to the US scientists".Still plenty of oil, coal, and natural gas left, though.
Let them eat tar.