The conventional (i.e. industrial) livestock production system is heavily dependent on unpriced externalities for its continued growth: GHG emissions, deforestation, air and water pollution, low regulatory scrutiny, poor animal welfare, license to operate risks and human health concerns.
Meanwhile, annual global sales of alternative proteins have grown on average 8% a year since 2010, twice the rate of processed meat, offering companies an avenue of growth from a more sustainable food production model.
Contact: Jo Raven, Engagement Manager
Our investor briefing, Plant-based Profits, points to global market trends on protein diversification and highlights the key takeaways from our strategic discussions with global retailers and food companies with regard to their consideration of the internal impacts and external risks of the meat and protein products they sell.
Why investors should guide companies to produce protein in ways that stay within our planet’s limited resources.…
One of the greatest challenges facing the world today is to ensure that the growing population has access to adequate, sustainable and nutritious food.…
FAIRR publishes exclusive company-level analysis arising from this engagement, available exclusively to our Investor Members.
The latest analysis will be released during Summer 2019.