Living for the future
Food devours enormous resources. Food also has a climate balance. This starts with shopping, routes and thus fuel can be saved with exact planning, seasonal and regional are relatively new buzzwords. So-called superfood foods, for example, often have a long way to go where local alternatives exist. Attention should also be paid to packaging or proper storage.
There are highly technological approaches to storage, such as the Radiant Energy vacuum technology from EnWave: https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/enwave-moon-cheese-highly-profitable-selling-more-rev-machines-in-2019/. With this patented way of drying and preserving food, EnWave earns money in licenses and by providing its REV™ machines. With its innovative food applications, EnWave has already been able to win many customers from the food industry, the pharmaceutical industry and from the field of cannabis for the medical sector.
When it comes to food transport routes, the automotive sector and electromobility cannot be ignored. In 2019, European car registrations will have risen for the sixth consecutive year. Necessary raw materials include platinum and palladium. Palladium had just reached a new record high of almost $ 2,400 an ounce and is thus the most valuable of the four major precious metals. The cause is certainly a dreaded supply shortage. Also, platinum, although not in supply deficit but more in surplus, was at times more expensive than it had been for three years.
Companies that specialise in these two metals, such as Sibanye-Stillwater - https://www.commodity-tv.com/play/sibanye-stillwater-diversifying-globally-in-metals-and-jurisdictions/, are therefore moving into the spotlight. With large platinum and palladium mines in South Africa and in the USA, the company can supply the coveted raw materials. Sibanye-Stillwater is also one of the largest gold producers on earth.
Current company information and press releases from EnWave (https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/enwave-corp/) and Sibanye-Stillwater ( https://www.resource-capital.ch/en/companies/sibanye-stillwater-ltd/).
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