Impact investors call for more 'creative capital' for agtech innovation

September 30, 2022 EcoVadis ‏‏‎


Agtech has a very important role to play in building a more efficient, equitable and sustainable global food system. From digital to biological tools, agtech entrepreneurs are collectively working to help farmers and food manufacturers create more efficient and healthier food products. 

But it will require billions from investors in order to turn this potential into scalable products and services that can help feed a growing population while simultaneously reducing environmental degradation. 


Read the full article at: agfundernews.com

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