• Jeanine Stewart
  • May 18, 2015

MONTEREY, California -- Food is becoming the epicenter of the growing responsible investment movement in the San Francisco Bay area's Silicon Valley, panelists said during the impact investing discussion at Monterey Bay Aquarium’s Sustainable Food Institute last week.

“The health issues and sustainability issues of the world are becoming clarified and made personal through food,” William Rosenzweig, dean and executive director of the Food Business School, and co-founder and managing partner at Physic Ventures, told conference-goers during the panel discussion entitled “New models for funding sustainable food systems.”

In the Silicon Valley, renowned for the explosion of technology investments throughout the last few decades, food is increasingly becoming a focal point for investors, according to panelists.

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