Anuvia Plant Nutrients receives 2018 Sustainability Award Product of the Year

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Anuvia Plant Nutrients has been selected by the Business Intelligence Group as a winner of its 2018 Sustainability Awards Product of the Year. The Sustainability Awards honor individuals and companies worldwide who have made sustainability an integral part of their business practice.

Working with Anuvia, farms and turf managers are reducing greenhouse gases, while improving soil health and water quality.

“We’re proud to reward and recognize Anuvia Plant Nutrients for their sustainability efforts,” says Maria Jimenez, chief nominations officer, Business Intelligence Group. “It was clear to our judges that their vision and strategy will continue to deliver results toward a cleaner, more sustainable world.”

Anuvia Plant Nutrients produces plant nutrients for agriculture, turf and lawn care markets. Located in Zellwood, Fla., their manufacturing facility has been in full-scale operation for two years. In 2018, their product was used on approximately 600,000 acres of cropland.

Anuvia products provide better nutrient utilization with less leaching and volatilization, and soil health is improved. The company’s products produce a smaller carbon footprint than conventional fertilizers, and greenhouse gas emissions are reduced.

“Sustainability is at the core of our mission,” said Amy Yoder, Anuvia Plant Nutrients CEO. “While modern agriculture is immensely successful at producing affordable, quality food, we must pay close attention to the environmental impact of productivity. Farmers must continue to economically produce food without harming the environment or sacrificing quality. Our products will help farmers meet these challenges.”

Agronomically, Anuvia’s products provide better nutrient efficiency and contribute to enhanced soil health. These benefits translate into a healthier turf and lawn using a sustainable, environmentally-friendly product.

“Anuvia addresses three major challenges facing the world today,” Yoder said. “How to produce food for a growing world popuation; how to produce food safely and economically; and how to meet these challenges while preserving natural resources and the environment for future generations. Anuvia is part of this solution.”

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