Watch the Bloomberg interview with Alexandra Brand, our Chief Sustainability Officer.
From healthy soil to better vegetables on the shelf, from farmers’ incomes to fair labor practices, our work brings positive change to people’s lives.
A 2020 study by IPSOS Mori found that 72% of farmers are worried about the impact climate change will have on crop yields, animal health and their ability to do business over the next five years.
We’re committed to keeping our employees safe and to supporting farmers in their efforts to produce enough nutritious and affordable food, well beyond the current health crisis.
How good vegetable breeding can combat food loss Our plant breeders use science to help farmers grow vegetables that thrive in dry conditions and have a natural resistance to pests and disease.
Every year, roughly 600 million people suffer from food-borne illnesses, while an estimated 3 million die from illnesses contracted from unsafe food or water.
We’ve been working together with The Nature Conservancy for over a decade on projects that support sustainable agricultural practices and protect natural habitats.
For over fifteen years, our Operation Pollinator seed mixes have created essential habitats for bees, butterflies and other beneficial insects.
See why the farmers in Denmark are sowing flower mixes on their fields and getting the island of Bornholm in bloom.
Our new Good Growth Plan puts the urgent fight against climate change and biodiversity loss at the heart of farming’s productive future and the global economic recovery.