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Consumer pesticide fears spur chemical giant Syngenta to develop more eco-friendly farm technologies

Bloomberg | 
Conventional pesticide makers including Syngenta and Bayer AG have been under pressure in recent years over their products’ impact on ...
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Rising food prices amid coronavirus pandemic stress already fragile economies in developing world

Bloomberg | 
As the coronavirus pandemic penetrates more deeply into global supply chains, prices for key staples are starting to soar in ...
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Natural pest-control market could hit $10 billion by 2025, as farmers seek new tools to battle pesticide-tolerant bugs

Bloomberg | 
For decades, Adam Baldwin’s family used chemicals with multisyllabic names to keep caterpillars such as earworms and podworms from chomping ...
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Impossible Foods seeks approval for GMO plant-based burgers in biotech-wary Europe

Bloomberg | 
Impossible Foods Inc. has applied to start selling its plant-based burgers in the European Union as it looks to expand ...
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Beyond Meat pea supplier mulls lentils, oats, rice as beef substitutes to meet plant-based burger demand

Bloomberg | 
One of the world’s biggest pea processors is considering expanding into fava beans as the boom in alternative proteins fuels ...
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Kazakhstan ‘goes organic’ to compete in $90 billion non-GMO food market

Bloomberg | 
Kazakhstan is tapping growing consumer demand for organic crops to help it better compete in the food-export market. The country ...