Regrow Ag Listed In Fast Company’s Most Innovative Companies Of 2023

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Regrow Ag, a climate-focused software company has been recognized as one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies for 2023 by Fast Company. The company earned the No. 41 spot on the World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies list and ranked No. 1 in the Agriculture category. Fast Company recognized 540 organizations across 54 sectors and regions, making Regrow’s achievement noteworthy.

Regrow is an enterprise SaaS company that aims to drive the transformation to climate-smart, regenerative agriculture across the agri-food supply chain. The company offers Measurement, Reporting, and Verification (MRV) software for agriculture and a Sustainability Insights platform that enables companies to quantify soil carbon and greenhouse emissions specific to their value chain, ingredients, and sourcing areas.

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Agriculture contributes to about a third of global greenhouse gas emissions. However, Regrow recognizes the potential for this sector to be a key player in the fight against climate change. By promoting regenerative agriculture practices, farmers can reduce emissions while building resilience to climate change, ensuring future food security and business sustainability.

Regrow’s software has been adopted by several leading food and ag value chain brands, including General Mills, Cargill, PepsiCo, and Kellogg. These companies have partnered with Regrow to establish regenerative agriculture programs that offer farmers new revenue streams through climate-smart practices. In addition, by measuring and verifying certified outcomes, these companies can report on their Scope 3 emissions and demonstrate their commitment to sustainability.

Regrow’s recognition as one of the World’s Most Innovative Companies highlights the importance of promoting regenerative agriculture practices and provides a platform to continue its mission of making regenerative agriculture more accessible for all.

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