Find your way through the value chain for food and feed production

Agribusiness and Food Industry

The agribusiness value chain – including animals and crops farming, feed production and food and beverages processing – is very complex with an enormous variety of technologies, trends and players.

Biotech based production, next generation food fortification, food traceability, free-from products, alternative protein sources, health ingredients, clean meat, synthetic milk, enzymes, alternative sweeteners, special medical nutrition, biobased crop protection, digital farm management systems and GHG emission reduction are just a few examples for the amazing innovation and market potential agribusiness offers.

In addition, agribusiness is also a future source for various types of bio-based materials, e.g. for sustainable packaging, fuels, additives, plastics, fibers, lubricants and building materials.

Schlegel und Partner identifies your opportunities in Agribusiness.

Selection of project examples:
  • Global market potential of a novel plant-based protein source
  • Feasibility of switching to alternative yeast raw materials for a supplier of inputs to biotech
  • Country and segment growth strategy for a supplier of vitamins in Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Screening of potential acquisition partners active in food coloring, flavoring and enrichment
  • World market for enzymes in bakery and animal feed (aquaculture, pig, poultry and pet)
  • Global megatrends in nutrition
  • Key decision makers and decision making process in procurement of global top 100 food and beverage companies
  • The world market and future potential for an enhancer for plant nutrition
  • Digital ag tools in crop protection, poultry and swine
  • Survey among 400 feed millers and integrators in 15 countries worldwide about customer needs and willingness to pay for a feed ingredient
  • Market perception and expectations towards feed additives in aquaculture, pig, poultry and pet
  • Space and agriculture: Build up of an expert network for digitalization in agriculture
  • The world market for human milk oligosaccharides produced through microbial synthesis (biotech)

Your contact person
Dr. Thorsten Böhn
Director Materials

Your contact person
Dr. Isabelle Symonds
Senior Consultant Agribusiness and Resources