I'm a title. Click here to edit me.
Our team is devoted to understanding and tracking the macro-level trends, market dynamics and new innovations shaping our investment thesis. We are sharing our data and insights in the hopes that it will inspire you to join us in investing in a healthier and more sustainable food system.
The Ingredients for a Food System Revolution
When the pandemic began, our team spent months researching and monitoring the coronavirus situation to better understand the implications on the food and agriculture industry. One year later, it felt time to reassess. In our latest report, S2G Ventures delves into pandemic economic history to learn and identify how these events have influenced financial markets, the economy, and innovation cycles and how it applies to the future of our food system.
Growing Beyond the Hype: Controlled Environment Agriculture
Controlled farming has the potential to offer consumers and supply chain stakeholders resilient, sustainable, local, high-quality products. Utilizing different methods and formats, indoor and greenhouse producers can alleviate systemic nutrition and food access challenges, while mitigating climate and outdoor production risk. In our latest report, we explore Controlled Environment Agriculture in the context of today’s market and perspectives on the future potential.
The Future of Food: Through the Lens of Retail
The pandemic of 2020 is shining the brightest of lights on our present day food system and exposing both its resiliency and its vulnerabilities. In our second installment of research focusing on the Future of Food in the Age of Covid, we share our research and perspectives on food, retailing and areas of focus critical for retailers to drive future growth.
Everyone Eats - The Future of Food in the Age of COVID
Our team spent the last three months researching and monitoring the coronavirus situation and trying to understand the impact on the food system. The research ranges from desktop research to monitoring news outlets and speaking to various experts. We spent time speaking with epidemiologists, healthcare professionals, farmers, entrepreneurs, philanthropists, and other investors to gather insights and develop a perspective on the implications of COVID-19 on food and agriculture.