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The VegTech™ Plant-based Innovation & Alternative Proteins Index (EATVi) focuses on large-, mid- and small-cap companies building a more efficient, nutritional, cruelty-free and sustainable food and materials supply chain through disruptive technologies and innovation. It includes companies that are innovating with plants and plant-derived ingredients to create animal free products for sustainable consumption, including alternative proteins. These companies produce consumer packaged goods, ingredients, biotechnology, agtech, materials, scientific services and other innovations that are focused on the global food systems transformation.
The VegTech™ Plant-based Innovation & Alternative Proteins Index is the first index for the plant-based innovation and alternative proteins sector, defining and leading the category. It is meant to serve as a benchmark for the industry and is not tracked by other VegTech™ products.
EATVi is a float-adjusted market cap weighted index that utilizes adaptive liquidity rules, allowing it to trade well in large accounts while still including the wide range of companies in the global VegTech™ universe. It can be used to drive specialized financial services in both European and US markets, and is designed to be compliant with IOSCO Principles for Financial Benchmarks, the US Regulated Investment Company (RIC) rules, and the UK/EU UCITS 5/10/40 rules.
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VegTech™ Invest has launched this index with calculation and distribution services provided by Morningstar Index Services. For information on licensing this index, contact info@VegtechInvest.com
VegTech’s investment strategies are actively managed and not intended to replicate the performance of any cited index: the performance and volatility of VegTech’s investment strategies may differ materially from the performance and volatility of a cited index, and their holdings will differ significantly from the securities that comprise the index. You cannot invest directly in an index, which does not take into account trading commissions and costs.