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Our focus is to rethink and re-shape how food is grown, produced, distributed and consumed. We partner with like-minded people to understand the complex interconnectedness of our agricultural ecosystem to manage its effects and enhance human health, our environment and enable producers to thrive.
We are one of the largest and longest established investment teams in the sector. Adopting a far-sighted perspective, we aim to develop innovative business models and harness the insights and power of technology to identify, develop and scale up lasting solutions.
Our approach to food and agriculture is anchored in the belief that what we eat, and each stage of how we grow, produce and distribute food is part of a complex interconnected system that can positively influence our health, ecosystem and climate.
How the world fulfils its food needs has become increasingly disconnected from nature and a significant contributor to environmental decline and unhealthy dietary choices. Food producers and growers are not adequately rewarded by the system, nor are they encouraged to invest in its long-term wellbeing.
Through significant advances in technology and analytics we can now better understand the true impact and implications of food.
Producing food in a better way will increasingly help enhance our ecosystem and address the spiralling and unsustainable costs of healthcare.
Our work is to use capital and expertise with a far-sighted perspective to act on this knowledge and advance alternative approaches which can benefit both current and future generations.
We are one of the largest and longest established investment teams in the food and agriculture sectors.
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We invest in and partner with ambitious and like-minded companies throughout the world to re-think and re-shape how food is grown, produced, distributed and consumed.
Click here to get in touch to discuss how we might work together.
Vestaron, a leader in peptide-based biological crop protection, has announced the addition of $10M from investors including Grosvenor Food & AgTech to its Series C fundraising, bringing the total raised to $92M.
The investment will help Meati Foods, creators of Eat Meati™, to expand production and accessibility as they aim to become the U.S. market share leader in alternative-meat by 2025.
Grosvenor Food&AgTech is a trading name of Wheatsheaf Group Ltd. Company no. 03221116