Regenerative agriculture is still a new thing with consumers . . . and with most food companies as well. But all indications are that it holds the key to meeting so many consumer demands — for better food for themselves, for the planet that they can believe in because of the transparency that regenerative supply chains will bring.
But don’t take our word for it — check out where regenerative agriculture ranks in the Whole Foods market predictions for 2020 . . . I think those guys are pretty good at spotting trends, but I could be wrong 🙂
1. Regenerative Agriculture
Farmers, producers, academics, government agencies, retailers and more are taking a closer look at how to use land and animal management practices to improve soil health and sequester carbon. While the term “regenerative agriculture” can have many definitions, in general it describes farming and grazing practices that restore degraded soil, improve biodiversity and increase carbon capture to create long-lasting environmental benefits, such as positively impacting climate change. You can help by seeking out brands that support regenerative practices.
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