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Big Wheelbarrow is 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.

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