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Eat Well Investment Group Inc. (CSE: EWG) (OTC: EWGFF) Maintains Strong Position as Developing Food Supplier Amid Era of Growing Global Food Insecurity

  • Eat Well Investment Group Inc. is a plant-based foods investment company with three primary subsidiaries based in natural alternatives to meat-based proteins
  • Eat Well’s subsidiary Belle Pulses has demonstrated particularly importance amid growing global food insecurity, supplying its pea-based products to 35 nations
  • The company’s FoodTech subsidiary, Sapientia, is working to become a plant-based leader in the snack market, launching its first products under a white label division in December
  • Eat Well’s Amara Organic Foods subsidiary is a distributor of plant-based foods for babies and young children, marketing its products through Kroger, Walmart, Amazon, H-E-B and other retailers

Following Russia’s major escalation of its war against Ukraine in February, food insecurity concerns became a growing focus of governmental policy makers who tried to forecast the disruption of the international agricultural supply chain rooted in Ukraine’s and Russia’s fertile economies. 

The security of the food supply chain continues to generate global worries almost half a year later as the war drags on, displacing nearly 10 million Ukrainians and killing scores of Russians and Ukrainians in the…

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