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PepsiCo to pump $216m into US regenerative agriculture

PepsiCo has unveiled plans to pump $216 million into regenerative agriculture projects spanning 3 million acres of farmland in the US. The initiative aims to deliver three million metric tons of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions and removals by 2030.

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When one of the largest food and agriculture companies in the world claims to drive the adoption of regenerative agriculture practices and achieve net zero emissions by 2040, it is worth monitoring. What if they were able to really shift their model so that these practices become the new norm?
Geraldine Andrieux, CEO and Founder
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PepsiCo to pump $216m into US regenerative agriculture

PepsiCo has unveiled plans to pump $216 million into regenerative agriculture projects spanning 3 million acres of farmland in the US. The initiative aims to deliver three million metric tons of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions and removals by 2030.

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When one of the largest food and agriculture companies in the world claims to drive the adoption of regenerative agriculture practices and achieve net zero emissions by 2040, it is worth monitoring. What if they were able to really shift their model so that these practices become the new norm?
Geraldine Andrieux, CEO and Founder
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PepsiCo to pump $216m into US regenerative agriculture

PepsiCo has unveiled plans to pump $216 million into regenerative agriculture projects spanning 3 million acres of farmland in the US. The initiative aims to deliver three million metric tons of greenhouse gas (GHG) emission reductions and removals by 2030.

BLUMORPHO comment :

When one of the largest food and agriculture companies in the world claims to drive the adoption of regenerative agriculture practices and achieve net zero emissions by 2040, it is worth monitoring. What if they were able to really shift their model so that these practices become the new norm?
Geraldine Andrieux, CEO and Founder
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