Future of Food ETF

ISIN: IE0005B8WVT6

  • With a Food ETF, you can become an early investor in food’s multi-decade transformation
  • Profit from the coming transformation of food and agriculture
  • Sustainably designed to focus on pure play companies
  • Investing in environmental focused companies
  • Diversified across relevant companies in the space

Risk: You may lose money up to the total loss of your investment due to the Main Risk Factors such as Emerging Markets Risk Sector Concentration Risk described below in the KIID and in the sales prospectus. Transformation of the market not guaranteed.

Invest in the Future of Food with a Food ETF

The need to nourish a growing population yet reduce the environmental impact of agriculture looks set to transform food production. Scientists are inventing ways to produce more food with less. VanEck’s Future of Food ETF sustainably invests in the companies harnessing new technologies to feed the world.

Powerful Forces Driving Transformation

Without far-reaching changes in agriculture and food production, the world will not be able to halt its march towards environmental disaster. Already, the industry is a major greenhouse gas (GHG) emitter and does widespread harm to the environment in other ways besides. As the global population grows, powerful forces are beginning to transform food production.

Investing in Food’s Sustainable Innovators with a Food ETF

Through selecting the companies with high focus on the food sector, the VanEck sustainable Future of Food ETF aims to generate returns for investors. Such is the nature of food’s transformation that it also brings clear environmental, social and governance (ESG) benefits.

Technology is the key to reducing agriculture’s environmental damage. Plant-based meat cuts emissions by 90%, consumes 46% less energy, as well as using 99% less land and water than cattle.2

Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Select Agricultural Products

Greenhouse Gas Emissions of Select Agricultural Products - Food ETF VanEck

2 Source: ourworldindata.org, Poor & Nemecek. Analysis as of 2018, using 2010 data.

Monitoring Environmental Impacts

The strategy has an in-built preference towards companies that measure, monitor and report their environmental impact.

VanEck Sustainable Future of Food UCITS ETF

ISIN: IE0005B8WVT6


  • With a Food ETF, you can become an early investor in food’s multi-decade transformation
  • Profit from the coming transformation of food and agriculture
  • Sustainably designed to focus on pure play companies
  • Investing in environmental focused companies
  • Diversified across relevant companies in the space
  • SFDR Article 9

Risk indication: 6 out of 7

Lower risk: Typically lower reward

Higher risk: Typically higher reward

Main Risk Factors of a Food ETF

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Because all or a portion of the Fund are being invested in securities denominated in foreign currencies, a Food ETF’s exposure to foreign currencies and changes in the value of foreign currencies versus the base currency may result in reduced returns for the Fund, and the value of certain foreign currencies may be subject to a high degree of fluctuation.

For more information on risks, please see the “Risk Factors” section of the relevant Fund’s prospectus, available on www.vaneck.com.

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