Published: November 29, 2023

Category: Regenerative Agriculture

The non-profit Climate Collaborative’s mission is to catalyze bold climate action within the grocery industry. It recently announced a year-long initiative, the Regenerative and Organic Transition Community of Practice (CoP) to meet the challenges of Consumer Packaged Goods (CPG) companies wanting to transition their supply chain to organic and regenerative agricultural practices. Pre-registration is now open.

“The power of pre-competitive collaboration can’t be overstated,” said Courtney Pineau, executive director. “The Community of Practice will support companies in reimagining their supply networks, with a focus on pivotal crops like oats, garbanzos, lentils, wheat, sunflower, and buckwheat.” Companies will design and share innovative solutions, forging partnerships to amplify their efforts. CoP members will engage in eight monthly two-hour virtual sessions and two six-hour in-person work sessions.

Significant industry stakeholders have jumped on board the initiative, including the UNFI Foundation and Good Earth Natural Foods.

Since 2017, the Climate Collaborative has helped remove barriers to climate action for over 760 companies. For more details visit the Climate Collaborative’s website or contact directly at

Source: Climate Collaborative

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