Launch of the Saudi AgriFood Tech Alliance Marks a Significant Milestone

In the presence of numerous stakeholders, the Saudi AgriFood Tech Alliance (SAFTA) was unveiled Wednesday July 3 by Mansour Al-Mushaiti, the Saudi Vice Minister of Environment, Water, and Agriculture. Al-Mushaiti emphasized that the increasing local and global demand for food and disruptions in global supply chains require more partnerships to achieve a sustainable future for agriculture and food in the Kingdom.

Dutch Greenhouse Delta is very pleased with the establishment of the Saudi AgriFood Tech Alliance. This alliance is a significant milestone towards achieving food security and sustainability goals of the Kingdom’s agricultural sector. Dutch Greenhouse Delta has joined this groundbreaking initiative, and we are excited to contribute to its ambitions!

Vice Minister Al-Mushaiti, in his opening remarks, emphasized that SAFTA will serve as a crucial platform for national collaboration, enhancing communication and promoting modern technologies in Saudi Arabia’s food sector.

By building a robust, integrated network, the alliance aims to deploy advanced agricultural technologies throughout the Kingdom. “Forty institutions have joined this alliance, including major local companies in the agriculture and food production sector, several universities and research centers, finance and investment funds, and non-profit organizations,” said Al-Mushaiti.

More information about SAFTA. Read the article published by Leaders of watch the Alliance promo-video.