The Top ESG Stock In A Brand New $100 Billion Breakout Industry
Don't let this one get by you. Now is the ideal time to investigate a soaring opportunity from an essential, yet unexpected industry: Organic living soils, biofertilizers, and soil amendments.
- This niche sector grew over 20% in 2020 and is on its way to pass a $100 billion mid-decade projection…double today’s market size.
- And that rapid growth is accelerating the potential for one company. They are off-radar for now, but its unique footprint could quickly prove essential to the long-term growth of this multi-billion-dollar marketplace.
- This microcap just started trading in America, so now is the time to act.
It should come as no surprise that millions of people, largely the younger generations, are driving enormous changes in the American marketplace. One of the more significant of those changes is in diet. Americans are turning to organic foods at a pace few saw coming.
Supermarket News reported that:
“U.S. organic product sales climbed 12.4% in 2020, breaking the $60 billion mark for the first time and more than doubling the previous year’s growth, according to the Organic Trade Association (OTA).” 1
And according to a survey produced for OTA by Nutrition Business Journal, they then went on to reveal:
“Last year in the United States, nearly 6% of all food sold was certified organic, OTA noted. Fresh produce led the way, with organic fruit and vegetable sales up 11% to $18.2 million in 2020.”
But here’s the clincher, and it could be the key to one of the biggest investing trends of the decade…
Angela Jagiello, director of education and insights at Organic Trade Association pointed to a little-known fact when she stated,
“The only thing that constrained growth in the organic food sector was supply.”
Now just to clarify, when you think of “supply” one would assume that referred to the actual food products, that there’s not enough “organic food” to meet demand.
Wrong. What’s constraining growth is how organic produce is grown…more importantly, what kind of growing media can be used to qualify as “organic”.
In a moment, this article will get into the details of what is needed to qualify a product as organically grown. And it’s not as simple as you may think.
In fact, it can take three years for commercial agricultural land to be brought into organic specification…if ever.
In The World of Organics, Soil Is Everything
In the United States, over 900 million acres of land is dedicated to farm production. Of that acreage, less than 1% is certified organic. The vast majority of that land is dedicated to field crops, corn, wheat and soybeans.
For organic farming operations to be successful, regardless of size or crop, soil conditions are paramount.
Otherwise organic farming of field crops can actually be counter-productive in many ways. Yields can plummet and costs can soar. Large acreage production of certified, organically grown corn, wheat and soybeans simply does not fit well to prevailing agricultural practices and business models. It could take decades to move these and similar field crops to organic practices.
It’s fair to say that even if they wanted to go organic, the vast majority of agricultural producers are too deeply embedded in current practices…the risks, time and expertise to go organic could literally put them out of business.
Where organic farming practices hold most potential is for what is called “high-value” crops…mostly crops destined for kitchen tables, like leaf vegetables, fruits, tomatoes, etc.
Typically, crops like these are grown through smaller acreage operations, greenhouses or even food plots where production risks and growing conditions, like the soil, can be carefully controlled.
This company entered the market to specifically provide a rapidly growing population of organic food producers with the soil amendments…and the expertise to manage them…that are necessary to maintain optimum, certifiable growing conditions.
In addition, as the market for organics continues to grow, this company reports that it geared its own operations to scale quickly and efficiently in response to rising market demands.
And that demand appears to be moving quickly, which is why today presents an ideal entry point for investors.
The rapid growth in consumer demand for organically grown products appears to be outpacing American producers’ ability to scale up their organic operations. (It’s why $2B in organics had to be imported!)
But here’s the key…
Scaling up production begins with the soil and not just any soil. It must be certifiable. Strict, federally mandated growing conditions must be documented in order to label any product as being “organic”. Any U.S. organic farming operation, regardless of current size, can only expand operations on organically certifiable soil.
So to double production the grower would need to double square footage being cultivated. All that’s needed is twice as much qualifying organic soil.
That’s where this up-and-coming company steps in.
Their core objective is to focus on scalable production of the organic fertilizers required by all producers. And their revenue potential could be significant.
What’s important to note is that this company intends to be a one-source supplier of all things organic and do so at a scale that can allow any grower to not only maintain its ongoing operations, but to quickly expand production in response to soaring market demand for organic products.
This company may be the only company in North America in position to not only supply all foreseeable resources to organic farm operations; it can do so with a long list of proprietary products and depth of experience that ensures farming success.
The company reports that it is currently enjoying a surge of interest “in the absence of competitors capable of providing a comparable level of quality assurance and control at every step in the [organic] production process.”
Note those three words: “Absence of competitors.”
Herein lies the enormity of their potential.
With a market for organic products growing at a stunning double-digit annual growth rate, this company presents an outstanding investment opportunity for anyone seeking a ground floor entry to this growing agricultural sector.
What to do now…
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