Nancy Mann Jackson

Follow the Money panelists

The economy may be uncertain, as inflation persists and recession fears continue. But investors are still pouring money into food companies. The companies in which they choose to invest depends on their appetite for risk and their take on the current environment and future trends.

In the Tuesday afternoon Business FIRST session, “Follow the Money: Where Are Investors Placing Bets on Food Innovation?,” panelists discussed the various opportunities available for investors in food scienc…

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Nancy Mann Jackson is a freelance writer based in Huntsville, AL ([email protected])
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