VanEck launches space and sustainable food ETFs

Space tourism and food tech

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Alternative proteins primary area for investment.
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Alternative proteins primary area for investment.

VanEck has listed two new ETFs targeting space and sustainable food on the London Stock Exchange.

VanEck Sustainable Future of Food UCITS ETF (VEGB) also listed on Deutsche Börse Xetra and tracks the MVIS Global Future of Food ESG index, a pure-play ESG index that only includes companies generating at least 50% of revenues in the food sector or in agricultural technology innovation. Companies producing organic food products and those with strong food waste, safety or environmental impacts, are also included. Alternative proteins is a primary area for investment, as are new types of diary and the technologies used to produce them. Transforming the food sector: why the National F...

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