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Bayer Crop Science Fighting Food Insecurity, Climate Change

Bayer Crop Science, which has its North American headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, has put two topics at the center of its research and development initiatives, developing new products that it ... Read More

Ostara Breaks Ground on New Facility in St. Louis, Missouri

Ostara St. Louis, Ltd., an agtech company, broke ground on a new Crystal Green® fertilizer production facility in St. Louis, Missouri. The new facility represents more than $17 million in capital ... Read More

American Foods Group Breaks Ground on New $800 Million Facility in Missouri

American Foods Group, LLC (AFG) is opening a new state-of-the-art beef processing facility in Warren County, Missouri. The company broke ground today at the site near Wright City – marking the ... Read More

What makes Missouri the Global Hub for Agtech?

Missouri is the global leader in agtech. The state has more than 95,000 farms – the second highest number in the U.S. The Missouri Department of Agriculture says agriculture, forestry, and ... Read More

Columbia, Missouri, Is Keeping the Nation Fed

Trade & Industry Development recently highlighted several regions in the U.S. that are creating food and economic output. One of the regions was Columbia, Missouri. Columbia is an ideal location for ... Read More

Danforth Plant Science Center Launches First Company from New Startup Development Subsidiary

The Danforth Technology Co. (DTC), a subsidiary launched earlier this year by the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center to help create startups from its campus, recently established its first company. Peptyde ... Read More

Waffle Manufacturer Invests in St. Louis, Missouri

Marson Foods, a waffle products manufacturer, recently announced plans to invest in a new facility in St. Louis, Missouri. “The St. Louis area and community has always had a special place ... Read More

39 North Agtech Innovation District Celebrates Five Year Anniversary

39 North, Missouri’s premier agtech innovation community, is celebrating its fifth anniversary. 39 North was announced to great fanfare, and is named after the region’s position on the 39th parallel of ... Read More

New York Times Highlights Missouri Wine Country

Missouri wines were recently highlighted among “Vacation Alternatives for the Budget-Conscious,” by the New York Times. “In the Midwest, the region along the Mississippi River, about an hour’s drive west of ... Read More

Vital Farms Doubles Size of Missouri Facility

Vital Farms, the largest brand of pasture-raised eggs in the U.S., has doubled the size of its egg washing and packing plant in Springfield, Missouri. Vital Farms’ Springfield plant will now ... Read More