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Plant-based food, yes.

But how do we scale up?

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Connecting the supply chain gaps
while advancing small-holder farmers

Switch To Green is a private sector-led initiative spearheaded by MILS.

By 2030, plant-based meat industry alone will require 10X (900 %) the projected global supply of enriched form of pea protein and 34% of pea production overall, assuming current yields. (Plant-based Meat, Anticipating 2030 Production Requirement, The Good Food Institute, 2021) The biggest bottlenecks are the processing facilities.

At the same time, millions of small-holder farmers in developing countries such as Myanmar, the second largest exporter and the third largest producer of pulses in the world, are facing limited market access and suffering price fluctuations to low-price markets.

Switch To Green is a market-driven initiative led by MILS to connect the supply chain gaps in sustainable plant-based food systems while improving the lives of millions of small-holder farmers.

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STG Goals

Switch-To-Green (STG) Goals are development goals the initiative intends to achieve by 2030.


Connected Supply Chains

Diversified Crop Sources

Improved Production Efficiencies

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How the Initiative Has Evolved


Basel, Switzerland | 17th June 2020 
The Good Food Institute's Cropportunities Award

Switch To Green was announced as the winner of Nex-Gen Cropportunities Challenge held by The Good Food Institute (GFI) APAC and Thought For Food (TFF) as part of TFF Challenge 2021.
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Yangon, Myanmar | 23rd June 2020 
Partnership Agreement Signed with Feed The Future Strengthening the Technical Infrastructure for Switch To Green

Partnership agreement with USAID Feed The Future Agriculture & Food Systems Development Activity (AFDA) was signed in Yangon on 23rd December 2020. This 600,000 USD project will enhance the capabilities and capacity of agri-food testing laboratories of MILS as well as achieve the ISO17025 accreditation. The project includes technical services to be served closer to farmers such as a mobile laboratory and technical centers.
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Get Involved

We believe that systemic changes can only be brought about via collaborative efforts. Whether you are a policy maker, technology provider, R&D and scale-up partner or investor, feel free to reach out to us for a discussion to unlock the synergies and explore the collaboration opportunities. 

Switch To Green Initiative 

165, Aung Zeya 1 Street, Thiri Mingalar Road, Insein Township, 

Yangon, Republic of the Union of Myanmar. 




or get in touch with us by filling up the form HERE

©2022 by Switch To Green Initiative and Myanmar Innovative Life Sciences (MILS)

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