Population growth, consumption changes and climate change are increasingly stressing current food systems.
With 2 billion people already suffering from food insecurity², an estimated 70% increase in food production will be needed by 2050.³
The world is now seeking ways to make food systems more resilient and sustainable. This includes new production processes, smarter distribution and waste systems, and more resilient supply chains.
The market opportunity
Sustainable food is an increasingly attractive investment area, with new sub-sectors such as synthetic biology and smart agriculture growing at over 10% per year. ¹⁷ ¹⁸ Meanwhile, reducing food waste offers savings of up to $340 billion per year to 2030.¹⁹
Our Systems-Based Investment approach considers the entire food production, processing, distribution, consumption and waste value chain.
Drashta unlocks access to game-changing solutions.