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Sam Eder Of Big Wheelbarrow: How We Are Helping To Create A Resilient Food Supply Chain

Sam Eder, CEO and co-founder of 43North portfolio company, Big Wheelbarrow (Y7), was recently featured in Authority Magazine in an interview discussing the company’s efforts to create a more resilient food supply chain. In the interview, Eder talks about the challenges faced by small and medium-sized farmers and how Big Wheelbarrow is leveraging technology to help these farmers overcome these challenges. Big Wheelbarrow aims to create a more sustainable and efficient food system by providing farmers with access to real-time data. The article provides readers with valuable insights into the company’s mission and the vital work it is doing to transform the food industry. Click here to read the full article


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