For Consumers

Developing products that increase the sustainability of farming and improve quality of food for all

Food whose origin you trust

A critical aspect of Indigo’s mission is providing healthy, traceable food to consumers. Our microbial technology allows for food and fiber production that requires less water, synthetic fertilizer, and chemistry, paving the way for nutrient-dense, specialty products. With the launch of Indigo Marketplace™, we are directly connecting growers and buyers to help streamline the food supply chain. Ultimately, this makes the food system more responsive to consumer preferences.

Indigo preserves the identity of crops, benefiting growers and consumers

Watch Indigo's President and CEO, David Perry, on CNBC's Mad Money describing Indigo's vision for increasing grower profitability and providing identity preserved crops to consumers.

Beyond the commodity market

Read David Perry's blog post about how Indigo is providing consumers access to the kinds of foods that are important to them - whether they are looking for nutrition, flavor, or cleaner means of production.

Delivering products that meet consumer demands

Check out Rachel Raymond's blog post about how her work is driven by Indigo's commitment to support farmers as they produce healthier and more environmentally sustainable food.

Millennials — my age group — have different ideas about the food they buy compared to the previous generations. They want to know where the food is raised and how. In the ag world we forget that if the product we raise isn’t what the consumer wants, the product isn’t as valuable to the consumer anymore. Many people today are not familiar with agriculture and how everything is done. They are worried about the quality of the products that they buy. Indigo is focused on giving the consumer a quality product that they can trust.

Blake Nichols

Kansas

With Indigo, we’re looking at safe products that we can get maximum value out of. The Indigo model lets us try new products and compare them with peers around the state of Kansas. It’s very exciting, because we’re all trying to get back to what’s natural — what’s safe for our farms and our families.

Thayne Larson

Kansas

We see the separation between farmers and the general public continuously growing, and at Majestic Milling we want to change that. We want to give our customers what they are looking for, whether that be feed made of organic, non-GM, or identity-preserved grain. It has been hard to source these grains at a pace that matches our rapid growth. I believe that Indigo Marketplace has the potential to help us secure a supply of high quality, specialty grain.

Mark Hudson

Majestic Milling, Missouri

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