With ~10 billion people living on the planet by
2050, we need to produce more food in the next 40 years than we have harvested in the past 8,000
years. In supplying our population’s demands, we will contend with: Environmental Challenges, Social
& Political Instability, Limited Resources, Geopolitical Shifts, and Increasing Input
In addition, we must grow in a way that nourishes the land or else all the challenges previously mentioned will become worse.
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The future of our food system depends on the health of our soil,
and right now the indications are not favorable.
If we as a society don’t turn more attention and support our farmers in rebuilding our soil, we face a huge threat to the future of agriculture and our food systems.
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Operating with the foundational belief that a better future and better returns can go hand in hand, International Farming is perfectly positioned to be the lead creators of this new food economy.
Consumers will receive higher quality, more economically produced and sustainable food.
International Farming and its investors will have the opportunity to compete and prosper within a sustainable industry.
Acting as true stewards of the land, together we will build a resilient food system for generations to come.
While we are proud of the work we have done so far, we realize there is an opportunity for International Farming to play an even bigger role in growing a better tomorrow. Below are some of the companies we are excited to be partnering with to grow a better tomorrow.
Solena Ag is a leading soil-biotech company that has developed a unique AI-driven platform, “Prometheus,” which leverages the complexity of soil microbiome data to match the soil’s productivity and sustainability. Recently included in Apple's second Impact Accelerator class which recognizes 'trailblazing leaders from across the US helping to speed the transition to a green economy,’ Solena Ag is addressing what we consider to be one of the main issues of our time.
Since 2020, Project FoodBox has delivered more than 70 million pounds of fresh fruit and produce in the form of more than three million food boxes at a lower cost than average wholesale values. Project FoodBox enables hard-working farmers to make more money on nutritious food that would have otherwise been wasted.
Nitrogen Fertilizer Production accounts globally for 1.4% of Carbon Dioxide Emissions and 1% of the world’s total energy production while making growers overly dependent on a volatile supply chain1. Providing on-site and on-demand plasma nitrogen fertilizer production technology, Redhill Scientific is on a mission to decentralize, deindustrialize, and decarbonize nitrogen fertilizer production.
1Source: Journal Nature