Pepsi is supporting regenerative agriculture in a big way

Pepsi will be investing more than $200 million to support regenerative agriculture.

The company is teaming up with ag groups, including the Illinois Corn Growers Association to support practices on more than 3 million acres by the end of the decade. $216 million will be spent on education, networking, and cost-sharing.

By the end of this year, the groups will have delivered more than $500,000 in regenerative acres.

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