Growing cows for meat consumption is inefficient and environmentally costly, but people still need their burgers. Ladies and Gentlemen…The Impossible Burger
Nestle – Ready for the next 150 Years in (Climate) changing times?
Cargill Executive Chairman Greg Page is talking about the perils of climate change, but will farmers listen?
Dean Foods, America's largest processor of milk, is directly dependent on government controlled prices for raw milk. Does this expose Dean to financial pressures due to climate change?
Climate change could make your lox and bagels a lot more expensive.
Climate change jeopardizes the availability of avocados in the restaurant industry
Population growth, climate changes and limited natural resources have challenged agricultural production to grow and become more efficient. Despite Syngenta’s efforts in developing integrated solutions to increase productivity, little attention has been given to synthetic fertilizers and herbicides. These chemicals incur in high emissions of nitrous oxide, a greenhouse gas 300 times stronger than carbon dioxide . Would the $54 billion  crop protection market opportunity be misleading Syngenta’s priorities?
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.
As disposable income increases, consumers increase their meat consumption, thereby driving up demand for meat. Founded in 2011 by Stanford biochemistry professor Patrick Brown, Impossible Foods Inc. researches and develops plant-based meat and dairy products. The company aims to provide consumers the taste and nutritional benefits of meat without the negative environmental impacts of livestock products.
Climate change is substantially threatening food security globally, and millions of lives are at stake. General Mills is playing an important role along with other food companies to minimize risks the world faces.