Walmart and General Mills are teaming up for a regenerative ag project

General Mills is partnering with global retail giant Walmart to help build a sustainable food supply.

The companies are teaming up to advance regenerative ag across 600,000 acres of U.S. soil by the end of the decade.

The focus will be on reducing emissions as well as improving soil health and product quality. The projects will be funded through grants from the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation with the hopes of a direct impact on crops, like wheat, across the Northern and Southern Great Plains.

This is all part of Walmart’s plan to reach net-zero emissions by 2040.

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