The group of companies manages approx. 39,000 ha of organically certified arable land and develops a sustainable farming model that is based on new technologies, specializing in crops, dairy cows, chicken, and mushroom growing. Using proprietary and contracted manufacturing, the company produces a wide range of organic food products for the end consumer, as well as organic commodities.
AUGA group is operating in organic agriculture which is inherently concerned with protecting the environment, promoting biodiversity and ensuring the supply of organic products to consumers accompanied by full traceability.
The company has formulated its vision of becoming a synonym for sustainable food and lifestyle. Its mission to deliver organic food with no cost to nature has also been set out.
AUGA’s new business model attributes key roles to the following technologies and processes:
• Biogas cycle infrastructure, which will enable farm operations to run without fossil fuels. Manure in the cyc...
The group of companies manages approx. 39,000 ha of organically certified arable land and develops a sustainable farming model that is based on new technologies, specializing in crops, dairy cows, chicken, and mushroom growing. Using proprietary and contracted manufacturing, the company produces a wide range of organic food products for the end consumer, as well as organic commodities.
AUGA group is operating in organic agriculture which is inherently concerned with protecting the environment, promoting biodiversity and ensuring the supply of organic products to consumers accompanied by full traceability.
The company has formulated its vision of becoming a synonym for sustainable food and lifestyle. Its mission to deliver organic food with no cost to nature has also been set out.
AUGA’s new business model attributes key roles to the following technologies and processes:
• Biogas cycle infrastructure, which will enable farm operations to run without fossil fuels. Manure in the cycle will, in its secondary role, be utilised both for fertilisation, and as a source to produce biofuel. 50% less emissions from fossil fuel use on farms will be achieved.
• Specialised feed technology, which will reduce methane emissions from ruminants. 50% less emissions per one tonne of cow's milk will be achieved.
• Regenerative crop-rotation, which will see a share of cereal cultures substituted for leguminous grasses that have carbon sequestration and nitrogen fixation capabilities. 30% less emissions from agricultural dry matter yield per tonne will be achieved.
The key goal of AUGA group’s innovation agenda is to significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2025 (with up to 27% total reductions targeted), ultimately turning the company into a CO2eq neutral player in organic food market by 2030.
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