Just Food | Regenerative agriculture is the latest sustainability trend in the food industry. But with its rise come questions about whether it’s a credible approach to overhauling the food system, the true impact companies can expect using regenerative principles and the challenges they face in shifting practices. Quantis’ Charlotte Bande, Global Food & Beverage Lead, was interviewed for an article in Just Food to dig into the questions surrounding what’s now referred to as “regen ag” and originated among pioneering farmers who wanted to improve their soil quality and crop resilience. As with any other approach that rapidly gains traction in the sustainability space, regenerative agriculture must be viewed as one piece of the system-wide puzzle of ensuring a thriving food system and livable planet.
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