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Agri Investor looks back at 12 agenda-setting stories from throughout the year.
Thor Talseth’s Neptune will invest across the aquaculture value chain and has four acquisitions in the pipeline due to close in H1 2020.
Atlantic Sapphire is building a land-based salmon farming facility in Florida, the success of which could influence financing conditions for up to 70 similar projects proposed globally.
AMERRA senior associate Anthony Ferrara says the firm has seen a trend of farmers outsourcing their shipping requirements in the face of rapidly developing regulation.
Chief operating officer Jeremy Alun-Jones says the fund believes valuations in the meat and alternative meat markets are too high, and is seeking to invest in an animal meats best practice platform instead.
Agri-Vie Fund II falls just short of $150m target but EXEO managing partner Herman Marais says food and agri remains a ‘logical entry point’ for long-term investors who want exposure to Africa.
The Japanese investment giant has acquired stake in Minh Phu Seafood after first investing in an affiliated company in 2013.
Aquaculture firm Seafarms Group novated its option to buy Legune Station in the Northern Territory to AAM but signed a lease to continue developing Project Sea Dragon.
Green Camel, in Sydney’s south-west, is raising A$8.5m as it pioneers organic glasshouse farming collocated with barramundi breeding on a commercial scale. Agri Investor got an exclusive tour of the facilities.
Antin, a prominent infrastructure manager, has just acquired a live salmon transportation business. In what bucket should we put this asset?
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