Greater Economics

The Road to Change

There are numerous alternatives to help remedy circumstances in a direct fashion, one of the most significant is to increase crop value and in turn the monetary returns to the farmers.  Improving proficiency is the first step, by establishing “on the ground” teams which serve to manage and enhance farming techniques, quality, and handling methods.  Trends moving forward are expected to better enable sustenance and mid-scale farming through irrigation, introduction of tools and technologies such as global data integration, hybrid species that have much higher yields, reduction in the use of pesticides, organic methodologies, and other optimizations.  World Trades Food and our affiliates can also act as reliable purchasing networks, process the commodities to meet or exceed global standards, then export the products to higher economic regions.  In the end, the serial consequences of better practices and group participation can be further complimented in rewards of profit sharing to farmers based on overall performance.

Farm watering

Manual irrigation is a common practice


The fundamental of increased financial benefits to indigenous farmers is at the center of World Trades Food development plan.  Profit sharing structures become more feasible when generating premium products that are exported to higher level economies.

Simply stated, farmers within our supply chains become direct beneficiaries of world markets.

Improvements in methods and related infrastructures are naturally important, but the implication of better fiscal returns can be a prime catalyst for advancing agricultural communities to higher income status, inherently increase the attraction of small scale farming activities, and provides greater sustainability for future generations.

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