Lantmännen is an agricultural cooperative and Northern Europe’s leader in agriculture, machinery, bioenergy and food products. Lantmännen is owned by 18 000 farmers and with grain at the heart of our operations, we refine arable land resources to make farming thrive.
22 February 2024
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Lantmännen Cerealia divests its ready-to-eat business area including the Gooh brand
20 February 2024
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Lantmännen's Graduate Trainee Program – among BSc Engineering students' finest five
19 February 2024
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Reduced climate impact and strengthened food supply – Fertiberia, Lantmännen, and Nordion Energi are investing to develop Sweden's first fossil-free mineral fertiliser factory.
13 February 2024
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Tillväxtbolaget enables investments and ownership transitions worth billions for the Swedish agriculture
Farming of the Future - a blog
Increased preparedness provides better sustainability in the food value chain
The issue of crisis preparedness has received increasing attention due to geopolitical tension and accelerating climate change. Strengthened preparedness also provides better conditions for managing the transition to sustainability. Lantmännen’s Director Group Strategy Patrik Myrelid describes Lantmännen’s role and positions.
Collaboration to accelerate towards Farming of the Future
A key to achieving our vision Farming of the Future is collaboration. Therefore, Lantmännen arranges seminars where representatives from business, civil society, politics, and academia meet. Here, Lantmännen’s Group President and CEO shares some reflections from the latest seminar.
Climate adaption for a strong agricultural sector in Sweden
Patrik Myrelid, Lantmännen's Grop Strategy Director and also an expert in the Government's Climate Adaptation Council, writes about how climate adaptation is becoming an increasingly important issue for both farmers and society at large – something the past harvest year's weather highlights.
What does “fossil-free value chain” mean for food?
Johanna Taflin, project manager for Lantmännen’s cultivation programme Climate & Nature, explains the project about the need to increase knowledge and create consensus concerning the use of the term “fossil-free” in relation to food production that has been in progress during the spring of 2023.
Good food from Lantmännen
The way to good food begins with the sowing of a seed and the hope of a good harvest and a good meal. Our ambition, just like that of cultivation in general, has always been the quest to make the best of what the earth can provide. You’ll find Lantmännen’s green sprout on our packs in your store – look out for it so you know you are buying responsibly produced food. We are always striving to produce food in a sustainable manner, from field to fork.