Farmers are the most vital link in the food chain. Their hard work and investment joins up to a vast web of manufacturers, distributors, and retailers in order to provide the human population with the food we need. Learn more about farmers critical role in food systems.
Despite the superiority of free trade, Agricultural markets are routinely disrupted, often unintentionally, by policies aimed at unrelated social and economic objectives. Here’s why.What’s Preventing Free Trade in Food?
As the world saw during COVID-19, the world’s supply chain is complicated…and fragile. Fortunately, a wholesale digital transformation of a food industry will help forecast demand, boost output, shorten lead times, improve efficiency, and reduce waste.The Food Chain, Digitized
Even though it imports around 90% of its food, Singapore is one of the most food secure countries in the world, but there are challenges on the horizon.Building Resilient Food Systems
Not every farmer is selling crops to the highest bidder of the moment. Some have struck long-term deals with single customers, just ask Kentucky’s Peterson Farms.Success as a Single Source Supplier
The COVID-19 pandemic caused broad food distribution hiccoughs everywhere, causing adjustments for companies and consumers.
The global cold chain is a miracle of technology and logistics, making it possible to ship perishable produce all around the world—often at remarkably efficient costs.
Seed banks around the world are promoting agricultural biodiversity, helping farmers and plant breeders develop new varieties of crops for future generations.