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Managing director Rekha Unnithan says investors are increasingly looking at impact from a private equity perspective.
GIIN co-founder Amit Bouri says connections to rural poverty, social justice and climate change have helped make food and agriculture the most common sector for impact investors.
The Canadian fruit and vegetable distribution and marketing company plans to service new export markets from the South American nation.
Cargill-affiliated Proterra has been an investor in Country Bird since 2014, helping the company enter new regional markets.
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Development Partners International made the investment from the third iteration of its Africa fund, which it is currently raising.
Chief investment officer Sanjeev Krishnan says post-coronavirus consumer behavior will shape innovation in four areas including decentralized food systems and products that support immunity.
Decernis chief executive Kevin Kenny says some degree of scarcity and price pressure on difficult to grow and process food items is inevitable in the wake of covid-19.
Khadim Abdulla Al Darei, Al Dahra’s co-founder and vice-chairman, says the investment will allow the multinational agribusiness to expand its 'reach and footprint.'
Tom Sarno says Hancock’s timber unit is working to expand capabilities in areas including watershed services, nutrient trading and various forms of mitigation.
The UN arm that tackles rural poverty and hunger amended its 42-year-old founding document in February 2019 so it can invest in private vehicles to enhance its scale and impact.
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