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Climate change has devastating consequences for food production, particularly in the developing world, and interconnected global food systems are fragile: supply chain delays due to the COVID-19 pandemic, supply shortages due to war, and production shortages due to drought. Increased production must start locally with a focus on green technologies.

Emerging markets are the engines of the future.

By 2050, there will be 10 billion people on Earth and most of the growth will be in Africa and Asia. Food and feed production must increase by 70% to meet this demand.


For true transformation of our planet, we must go beyond sustainability, which will maintain the status quo.

We must focus on creating a more resilient planet, with nurturing soils and thriving ecosystems. Investing in regenerative technologies, which offer virtuous cycles of growth, are needed to restore and to rebuild.

Regen Organics decarbonizes the production of food, feed, and fuel by locally manufacturing regenerative products.

Our services enrich farmers, strengthen food systems, and protect our planet.

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Regen Organics utilizes a simple circular economy approach

Each step of our model offsets greenhouse gases from the atmosphere, and every factory that we build offsets approximately 50,000T/CO2e/year. We sell our carbon credits both through traditional and on-chain markets.

In all that we do, Regen Organics is committed to
improving the world in which we live.

Our company delivers valuable products that mutually benefit people and the planet.


Farms have adopted regenerative practices


Tons of residual organics safely upcycled annually


Tons of carbon offset


Direct jobs created


Indirect jobs created


Over the next five years, Regen Organics will scale to process
1 million tonnes of residual organics per year with operations across Africa, Asia and Latin America. We aim to create over 10,000 green jobs, while improving yields, soils, and production techniques for over 250,000 farmers.

1M T

Processed Residual Organics


Green Jobs


Gentleman farmer holding a bunch of healthy spinach