Atomo’s team has reverse-engineered coffee bean molecules to create a uniquely smooth and sustainable brew made from upcycled plant materials (pits, seeds, stems, and other waste). Now is an opportunity to consider how sustainability plays into the next iteration of each product’s supply chain from the meat we eat to the brew we drink.
Oceans and seafood is a natural extension of our work in food and agriculture and a critical step towards building a more humane and healthy planet. It’s a big vision, and we know we can’t do it alone. We look forward to engaging with entrepreneurs, co-investors and strategic partners who are interested in affecting real change. We hope you will join us.
What's really in the meat we eat? Now for the first time, with Food ID, the cost, speed, and complexity of testing is not a barrier to its adoption across the food supply chain. FoodID helps to provide transparency and assurance of label claims, which will be a game-changer across the food system.
We believe that an investment in broadband internet connectivity is an investment in our future and prosperity. The critical need for high-speed internet has become even more clear in light of our efforts to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, as more families work and learn from home, businesses operate remotely and patients access medical care through telehealth.
Over the last few years we have come to recognize that the federal government plays an important role in food and agriculture policy, and the future of our food system. Given this, we wanted to share our perspective on how Congress can use the next coronavirus economic relief bill to make smart, targeted investments that will reinforce the resilience of the food and agriculture supply chain and support a critical anchor of the U.S. economy.
New technologies have the potential to improve farmer profitability through increased efficiency, higher yields, and long term cost savings. In addition, many technologies such as soil biology and chemistry analysis can help farmers adapt to the effects of climate change, improve soil health and reduce future environmental impacts. But is it enough, soon enough?
Where We Grow from Here offers perspectives and stories focused on innovation by those who are advancing the overall quality and sustainability of the food system. Featured guests include entrepreneurs, business leaders, industry experts, and policymakers offering their unique perspectives on building a food system designed for the 21st century and beyond.