Global Food Exchange™ was established to bring market-based efficiencies to the world’s most inefficient market, food.
By connecting today's advanced food storage technologies with regular capital market investments, we have established an international prepared network that will stabilize markets and save lives in need.
Food As An Asset
Shelf Life Technologies
The Global Food Exchange™ fleet of products and services provides the necessary critical resources needed for basic survival following natural and other forms of crises, working to ensure food is from sustainable sources and that the farmers, preparers, and packagers are operating under a fair trade standard.
Global Food Exchange and World Food Bank are core sponsors of the SYLO Foundation. SYLO Foundation needs your help to help provide emergency food and to help food systems flourish in developing markets. Learn more below.
Through advancements in modern technology in food drying, storage and packaging, the shelf-life of common agricultural commodities can exceed 20+ years. By standardizing and certifying extended shelf-life food trade, GFE has established a new asset class for investment and financial products. It is intended that these assets be owned by both public and private entities, including benevolently-minded investment funds who hold the assets in GFE facilities strategically located around the world. These reserves can be used to fill trade gaps and inefficiencies that lead to widespread food insecurity and hunger as well as for saving lives in response to humanitarian emergencies.
Access to new markets
Dependable offtake of outputs
Training and support of NGO partners
Linkage to input finance and insurance
Higher quality inputs yield higher quantity and quality of output
Price support for farmers
MARKETS AND RELIEF AGENCIES
Food on reserve available for sale when needed
Better price support
Benefit of holding a hard asset with extended shelf life
Benefit of long-term upward price trend of food
Benefit from sales premiums from turnover
Dependable supply of inputs
Improved buying power
Foreign direct investments into markets with reserves
Increased profitability and sustainability
To maximize and ensure the benevolent purpose of the Global Food Exchange™, the design of our model is based on low, fixed margins. In turn, governments and NGO's benefit from a centralized exchange that yields lower prices, strategically located storage, as well as regular investment and production.
Global Food Exchange™ 2489 W Main St Littleton, CO 80120 USA
WHAT WE DO
Drying & Storage Technologies
Food As An Asset Class
Our Mission & Vision
Letter from the Founder
Board of Directors
Board of Advisors