Regenerative agriculture is making some noise of late – so much so that some companies are making it a priority.
Foods, the world’s largest producer of french fries, just committed to limiting its climate footprint, saying all its french fries will come from farms using regenerative agriculture by 2030.
For consumers, this is supposed to mean that within nine years, McCain will only be buying potatoes from farms that use more sustainable agricultural practices.
McCain commits to farming techniques that promote biodiversity and more plant cover on fields. Those practices minimize soil disturbance and maximize crop diversity to increase water efficiency, protect against erosion, capture more carbon, and create greater resilience to droughts and floods.