Food and beverage companies such as Cargill need to mitigate climatic change and adapt to it in order to ensure food security and protect their earnings.
In the face of climate change, food manufacturers like General Mills must transform their supply chains. Our future and food security depends on it.
Cargill recently announced that it was piloting the use of blockchain in its supply chain. The question remains, is this a gimmick aimed at driving publicity or the start of the next digital revolution in agribusiness?
One of the largest agrochemicals businesses wants to address one of the toughest challenges in our generation: feeding the growing world population in a sustainable way.
Among our best answers -yet- to address climate change in the food industry is managing marine ecosystems by restricting, if not closing, the high seas for fishing. .. wait, what?
Agrarian dependence of the Indian economy may well have fallen from roughly 42% of GDP in 1960 to 17% in 20141, yet agriculture remains the focus of discussion in India every year from July to September. During these months, farmers […]
As climate change threatens to make world hunger an even graver situation, The World Food Programme is leading the charge to ensure that our most vulnerable populations are protected.
The best defense is a good offense. Dig Inn is a veggie-obsessed fast casual restaurant chain, whose mission of supporting local food systems proactively tackles the risks brought about by climate change.
How should the Ugandan Ministry of Agriculture, Animal Industry and Fisheries (MAAIF) respond to the looming impact of climate change?
Cooke Aquaculture is a Canadian based marine salmon farming company (~$1B in revenue) with nascent operations in the US. Climate change presents Cooke, and similar companies in the developed world, with significant opportunity, if critical risks can be mitigated.