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How PepsiCo Creates Lasting Agricultural Connections: Q&A with Margaret Henry

How PepsiCo Creates Lasting Agricultural Connections: Q&A with Margaret Henry

PepsiCo’s director of sustainable agriculture Margaret Henry discusses how the company works with farmers throughout the company’s global agricultural supply chain.

Wrangler Shows How Sustainability Data Transforms Supply Chains

Wrangler Shows How Sustainability Data Transforms Supply Chains

A white paper published by Wrangler and farm-management software company MyFarms demonstrates how field-level sustainability data can strengthen business relationships and results throughout agricultural supply chains. The paper draws on Wrangler’s cotton supply chain experience.

Food Index Calls Meat and Fish Companies Worth $152 Billion “High Risk”

Food Index Calls Meat and Fish Companies Worth $152 Billion “High Risk”

A new food index analyzed 60 global intensive farming companies on health, environmental, and social issues and categorized 36 of them as “high risk.”

Corporate Sustainability Evolves Into the Net Positive Movement: Q&A with Josh Prigge

Corporate Sustainability Evolves Into the Net Positive Movement: Q&A with Josh Prigge

Sustainability expert Josh Prigge discusses the emerging corporate net positive movement, and shares examples of regenerative practices in action.

Smithfield Foods Invests in Sustainable Agronomics: Q&A with Bill Gill

Smithfield Foods Invests in Sustainable Agronomics: Q&A with Bill Gill

Bill Gill, assistant vice president for sustainability at Smithfield Foods, shares how two major agronomics efforts could help the world’s largest pork producer cut GHG emissions — and costs.

Smithfield Develops Commercial-Grade Fertilizer from Hog Farm Waste

Smithfield Develops Commercial-Grade Fertilizer from Hog Farm Waste

Smithfield Foods and Anuvia Plant Nutrients formed a new partnership to develop commercial-grade fertilizer from manure treatment systems at Smithfield’s hog farms.

Groundwater Fees Prompt Farmers to Slash Water Use by a Third

Groundwater Fees Prompt Farmers to Slash Water Use by a Third

When it comes to drought and the farming community, it seems a self-imposed fee on groundwater could work better than government regulations, according to a new study from the University of Colorado Boulder. The study suggests that self-imposed well-pumping fees can play an important role, incentivizing farmers to slash use … Read more »

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