Lindsey Breier

Lindsey Breier

Lindsey Breier

Washington, D.C.
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Lindsey Breier received an MA in International Economics & Development from Johns Hopkins University School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Bologna, Italy and Washington, D.C. in 2019. While at SAIS, she concentrated her studies in sustainable food systems development and completed a year-long consultancy with the first plant-based asset management firm in Mexico.

Professionally, Lindsey works in sustainable agriculture and agribusiness consulting. She has previously worked with GAIN, ACDI/VOCA, and IFPRI and currently consults for the GIC Group. Her work provides a better understanding of the links between human, animal, and environmental health (‘one health’) within global food chains. She aims to support investments in sustainable food systems which result in responsible social, health, and environmental outcomes.

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Red Kabus: The New Trade Routes

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Our current trade routes are not built for the benefit of farmers, small scale distributors, or the consumer. Our concept is to build and optimize a better trade route, connected via our global relationships that can serve farmers and end-users, and ignite a new food supply chain. Our business has focused on olive oil but plans on expanding to other products.

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