The impact investor is supporting a Senegalese rice miller and a Mozambican livestock company as part of an $11.5m program complementing its main investment activity.
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The investment into Cloverleaf is understood to be the firm’s first since identifying cold storage as a strategic opportunity about a year ago.
Lyons Magnus is partly owned by members of the family that founded Wawona Packing, the fresh produce packaging company that Paine supported in May.
The AMERRA Capital Management-backed company continues assembling its organic grains and oils supply chain as Rabobank reports that domestic supply is “struggling to catch up” with demand.
The development bank is considering a cash infusion to finance an infrastructure upgrade at the country’s largest grain trader, a project estimated to cost $140m.
Shortly after the Brazil-based firm sealed the fourth investment from its second fund, founding partner Sebastian Popik explains how it seeks to tap a sector that’s finally attracting longer-duration capital.
After providing $40m to GNT in 2015, the development bank has approved a fresh infusion of funds to help the grain operator improve its infrastructure.
A Philippine conglomerate that is being forced to delist from the country’s stock exchange is offering its investors ‘calcoins’ in lieu of shares.
Just days after purchasing a US animal nutrition maker, the agri major has bought a Brazilian cattle feed business. We find two reasons why Cargill’s acquisitive spell may not be over yet.
Through its recent Investment Hub initiative, the sovereign wealth fund will not simply look for opportunities, it will look to create them by helping to strengthen New Zealand’s economic environment.