AHEAD OF THE CURVE
Currently Āta is showcasing its work on three very cool projects:
- Regenerative Transition: The transformation of Titoki beef and sheep farm in Rotorua from being an unloved property into becoming a thriving, diversified, regenerative showcase farm.
- Project Nutrition: a project aimed at showcasing the nutritional benefits and outcomes in food derived from regenerative farms
- Ecological Accreditation: Providing advisory on and off farm to assist Triple Nine Farms achieve Savory EOV (Ecological Verified Output) accredited status, which will be a New Zealand first.
You can read about these projects in more depth by clicking on the images below.
Regenerative farming is applicable to many agribusiness settings and Āta works with all farming enterprises wishing to develop regenerative projects. Āta is currently working on other exciting initiatives, such as the Savory Land – to – Market program designed to facilitate premium market readiness for accredited regenerative producers.
Premium consumers are now demanding more and more information about where their food comes from, how it was raised, who raised it and in what type of farming environment it was raised in. The marketing hype of BIG food has worn thin on many high-end consumers and they are now searching for fresh, nutritious food options with pedigree. Āta can show you how to position your enterprise for these opportunities.