Infographic | March 24, 2021
A food revolution is coming. The ingredients for success: new protein options based on plants, microorganisms, and animal cells.
Report | March 24, 2021
The shift to alternative proteins based on plants, microorganisms, and animal cells is just beginning to pick up speed. The market will hit $290 billion by 2035.
Article | January 26, 2021
Even companies with modest direct-emissions footprints can make a global impact on decarbonization by implementing nine initiatives in their supply chains.
Slideshow | December 14, 2020
Our simulation of China’s climate-change pathways shows that it has economically attractive and socially viable pathways to achieve its decarbonization goals.
Article | December 7, 2020
The challenges of automating agricultural processing are significant, but so, too, are the payoffs from getting it right.
Article | October 28, 2020
The environmental, economic, and social costs of food aren’t included in the price. Stakeholders must account for them to limit agriculture’s adverse effects and increase its positive impact.
Article | September 18, 2020
Big companies are working together to foster regenerative practices, revive high-value ecosystems, and increase the diversity of raw materials in their product portfolios.
Report | June 9, 2020
Global forests are worth as much as $150 trillion—nearly double the value of global stock markets. Six actions can stop their destruction and help limit climate change.
Article | May 14, 2020
In the coming post-COVID-19 upswing, the global agriculture industry may finally bounce back. Here’s how to reap the rewards.
Article | March 12, 2020
To succeed in this emerging market, food ingredient suppliers must use their experience and expertise to expand into new services.