Commitments to action

FoodBytes! by Rabobank


The FoodBytes! innovation platform is an engine for ongoing collaboration between large food and agriculture companies, startups and
investors working towards a more sustainable food system that will increase the availability of nutritious food, make food more affordable and reduce inequities in access to food.


Private sector, Producer organizations

Action Area(s)

Nourish All People



Key contact

Katie Myers, Rabobank
[email protected]


Innovation, Nutritious food, Pitch Platform



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