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Climate Resilience in the Food Supply Chain: Navigating a Changing World

Empowering Your Organization with Innovative Solutions to Thrive Amidst Climate Challenges

An Introductory Guide for Food & Beverage Companies

Climate change is no longer a distant threat; it’s a stark reality impacting our world today. Global temperatures have already surpassed 1.1 degrees Celsius above pre-industrial levels, leading to unprecedented heatwaves, floods, droughts, fires, and storms occurring more frequently and with greater intensity. The future projections are even more alarming, with major grain crops facing up to 60% reduction in yields. Climate change threatens the existence of certain crop varieties, putting brand reputation and traditional industries at risk.

There is no silver bullet for climate risk mitigation. Creating a climate-resilient food supply chain demands a comprehensive, multi-stakeholder approach, including sourcing, research and development, and sustainability. Above all, climate resilience is about dynamic, data-driven decision-making made across the organization.

In this whitepaper we outline how agronomic intelligence can promote climate resiliency in food and beverage enterprises, including: