A vitally important area especially in a world with a progressively rising population and therefore enlarged demand for higher-quality food.
The Food and Agriculture Organisation of the United Nations (FAO) estimates that by 2050, rising population and incomes will require a 70 percent increase in global food production. This equates to another one billion tonnes of cereals and 200 million tonnes of livestock products produced each year. More than four-fifths of productivity gains will have to occur largely on existing agricultural land through sustainable intensification that makes effective use of land and water resources while not causing them harm
The industry must now deliver greater production to more places, and provide greater consistency and quality in the face of the limited arable land, changing weather patterns such drought, increased regulation and heightened security. Through our approach, we allow our clients an enhanced understanding of the next generation of talent to hire in order to flourish in such vital environment.