Climate Change’s Inflationary Impact on Food

 

In this quarterly update, Redwood Grove looks at how climate change impacts food production: altering flavor profiles, complicating growing conditions and disrupting supply chains. Examining climate change’s inflationary impact on food, we discuss a new addition to our portfolio, International Flavors and Fragrances (IFF) and the continued role of flavoring companies as food manufacturing adapts to new climate challenges.

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