Seeking the switch from conventional to organic farming

Organic & Sustainable Agriculture Spot On

Our specialist Doug Kravet takes a closer look at significant investments that are being made to increase the industry’s overall capacity to produce organic crops. As consumer preferences continue to tilt towards organic food and drink, all stakeholders in the agriculture supply chain are seeking to help farmers build capacity.

Significant investments to increase the overall industry’s capacity to produce organic crops are being made. M&A transactions are covering a wide range of activities such as buying farmland, strengthening supply chains, and purchasing technology to better utilize natural resources. DOUG KRAVET PRINICIPAL OAKLINS, JACKSONVILLE, USA


Maple Leaf Foods comes under the spotlight as we zoom in on how this pork producer transforms its business from a conventional meat and bakery business to a sustainable protein company. 

Case study

In addition, we present a case study on the Sobczak family and the sale of a majority stake in Tasomix, a large and innovative feed company.

Organic & Sustainable Agriculture Specialists

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Doug Kravet Jacksonville, United States
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Matt Laffey Jacksonville, United States
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Antoine marchand
Antoine Marchand Dallas, United States
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Philippe hermant
Philippe Hermant Paris, France
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