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  1. Integrated and holistic: land use, water and energy efficiency, and ecosystems and biodiversity are all interrelated and need to be considered holistically in developing solutions.
  2. Focused on local impact: solutions must support local communities, enhance livelihoods and assure social and economic value to those connected to the food system.
  3. Collaborative: food and agriculture is a system, so we need to take a value network approach. Collaboration among all stakeholders, big and small, is essential if we are to bring sustainable, scalable solutions to the market.
  4. Innovative: product, technical, process and business model innovations will all be required to realize a more sustainable food and agriculture system.


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