Rize ETF ICAV Sustainable Future Of Food UCITS ETF GBP (FOGB)
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|Index:||The Foxberry Tematica Research Sustainable Future of Food Index provides exposure to companies that are innovating across the food value chain to build a more sustainable, secure and fair food system for our planet. These are companies that are (1) advancing agri-science and digital and precision farming and water-management technologies to produce food more efficiently, with less input resources and with a reduced environmental impact and carbon footprint than traditional methods; (2) addressing the growing demands of conscious consumers for foods that are natural and organic and plant-based proteins and foods which are increasingly proven to be both healthier for humans and have a much reduced impact on forests, biodiversity and carbon emissions than animal protein; or (3) innovating in key areas of the food value chain such as in food and ingredient safety and testing and sustainable, reusable and recyclable packaging solutions that help improve environmental outcomes, such as reducing single-use plastic pollution and promoting a more circular economy. The index follows a purity-based weighting scheme where companies with higher revenue exposure to the theme achieve a bigger weight in the index.|
The Rize Sustainable Future of Food UCITS ETF (FOOD) seeks to invest in companies that...
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|Ongoing Charge (OCF/TER):||0.45%|
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