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How AgriTech is key to reaching net zero food production

Insight and opportunities for UK startups and scaleups

 
 
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Our new industry report, ‘How AgriTech is key to reaching net zero food production’, highlights the challenges the Agricultural sector and the food production supply chain is facing.

We also speak to experts and look at the changes that need to take place to help the UK meet its net zero ambition by 2050 and to businesses about how AgriTech solutions could play a key role in helping to reach these sustainability targets.

How AgriTech is key to reaching net zero food production report
 


 

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