Meet your sustainability goals
    by influencing your
    ag footprint

    What if your agriculture supply chain were more sustainable?With Indigo’s help, you can make tangible progress toward your climate action goals and measure environmental impact – all backed by science and data. Keep sustainability and transparency at the forefront of your work as you feed, clothe, and fuel the world.

    How can you benefit from working with Indigo to drive impact in your ag supply chain?

    How does it work?

    1: In-depth consultation

    We consult with you to select the right program to fit your ag supply chain needs and meet your climate-action and sustainability goals.

    2: Supply chain refresh

    We match you with farmers who are using sustainable growing practices to meet your goals, connecting them to your current upstream supply chain and empowering them to improve practices each year through incentive programs.

    3: Verified reporting

    Using innovative on-farm and remote sensing technology, we track crop progress, verify practices, and transform data into tangible metrics to showcase program impact.

    4: Reliable delivery

    Finally, we ensure your crop is reliably delivered to the specified delivery point within the specified timeframe.

    Exceeding goals
    with Anheuser-Busch

    High-quality rice has been a core ingredient of Anheuser-Busch beers for more than a century. Our partnership demonstrates how decommoditizing agriculture can meet consumer demands for climate positive products while also enabling farmers to increase their profitability.

    Anheuser-Busch is proud to partner with Indigo and Arkansas rice farmers to bring this industry leading program to life. We are excited to continue exploring ways to deliver choices to both our growers and consumers.

    Bill Jones, Anheuser-Busch

    Supporting farmers in adopting regenerative practices with The North Face

    As the first apparel brand to partner with Indigo, we are excited about the positive environmental impacts regenerative cotton production can have not only for The North Face products, but for our industry as a whole. Regenerative products have the ability to shift the industry from simply ‘doing less harm’ to actually replenishing or having a positive impact on nature and resources, and as a brand that is committed to protecting the outdoor places we love to play, we believe this is another critical step in addressing climate change impacts in our supply chain.

    Carol Shu, Senior Manager of Global Sustainability, The North Face

    Farmers are meeting the demand of what consumer brands are looking for

    Arkansas farmer Greg Baltz's family has been growing rice for 40 years. Working with Indigo has helped his operation be more profitable.

    I've been working with Indigo for three years and it's been exciting. This is the second year I'm working on the sustainable rice marketing program with Anheuser-Busch and Walmart. Indigo has a goal to make sure that the farmer remains profitable, and that's been key for me.

    Greg Baltz, Pocahontas, Arkansas, Running Lake Farms

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