Words nearby agribusiness
How to use agribusiness in a sentence
Farming and agribusiness account for 30% of the country’s GDP, and without water readily available for irrigation, the industry and its farmers are set to take a massive hit.
It’s like the example of global agribusiness that is impacting the climate in a negative way.
After studying agribusiness in the Netherlands, she came home and dove headfirst into a swarm of flies, food waste, and fundraising—on a mission to produce enough animal feed to replace soy and fishmeal as both grow increasingly unsustainable.East Africa wants to be the continent’s maggot protein hub|Eve Driver|April 16, 2021|Quartz
The government instead continued to characterize the state and its Afro-descendant population as backward and in need of modern agribusiness, highways and hotels.The problem of environmental racism in Mexico today is rooted in history|Jayson Porter|February 11, 2021|Washington Post
As the boom continued, however, small farmers faced mounting competition from larger operations, including global agribusiness concerns.
Farmers like Scott, whose own agribusiness, was just north of the border in Zambia.
California has been the source of much innovation, from agribusiness and oil to fashion and the digital world.California’s New Feudalism Benefits a Few at the Expense of the Multitude|Joel Kotkin|October 5, 2013|DAILY BEAST
The great bulk of subsidies flow—directly or indirectly—to wealthy people and agribusiness.
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Cultural definitions for agribusiness
The part of the economy devoted to the production, processing, and distribution of food, including the financial institutions that fund these activities.