Future of Food



The security of our food system is one of the world’s most pressing challenges. With dwindling natural resources, the challenge of providing healthy, affordable and nutritious food to a growing global population – all while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and environmental harm – is intensifying. The food industry has started to respond, expanding plant-based protein options and increasing sustainability of farming, and improving supply-chains and packaging. Consumers too, have become more concerned about food safety and the provenance of what they eat. The global food system now requires urgent transformation if we want to avoid the sorts of planetary damage that awaits if we do nothing – loss of biodiversity, freshwater depletion, pollution of our rivers and oceans and enduring damage to our soils. The good news is that system-wide and holistic change comes with new opportunities. Our pioneering investment strategy and ETF – Europe’s first sustainable food ETF – provides investors with exposure to companies that are innovating across the food value chain to build a more sustainable, secure and fair food system for our planet.


The Rize Sustainable Future of Food UCITS ETF (FOOD) seeks to invest in companies that potentially stand to benefit from the accelerating transition to more sustainable food production systems and consumption patterns and thereby safeguarding our nature and ecosystems, promoting transparency and safety and encouraging plant-based consumption in order to help reduce greenhouse gas emissions. FOOD seeks to provide investment results that correspond generally to the price and yield performance, before fees and expenses, of the Foxberry Tematica Research Sustainable Future of Food Index.


  • Favourable Growth Prospects

    FOOD is Europe’s first sustainable food ETF, and provides investors with exposure to companies that are innovating across the food value chain to build a more sustainable and equitable food system.

  • Powered by Tematica Research®

    FOOD is purpose-built in collaboration with Tematica Research, a thematic research firm based in Washington, D.C., and leverages their unique insights and proprietary classification system of companies that are innovators across the food value chain.

  • Unconstrained Approach

    FOOD’s composition transcends classic sector, size and geographic classifications by tracking an emerging theme.

  • ETF Efficiency

    In a single trade, FOOD delivers access to dozens of companies that are favourably positioned to ride the tailwinds of the sustainable future of food theme.

  • SFDR Classification

    FOOD is classified as Article 9.

  • Multi-award-winning ETF

    Best ESG Investment Fund: Thematic (2021 ESG Investing Awards) and Most Innovative Sustainable & ESG ETF Launch (Investment Week ESG Investing Awards 2021).


  • All financial investments involve an element of risk. Therefore, the value of your investment and the income from it will vary and your initial investment amount cannot be guaranteed.
  • FOOD is vulnerable to cyclical declines in the food and agriculture sector.
  • Individual companies are subject to intense competition that may negatively impact their revenues and market values and therefore FOOD’s value.
  • FOOD also invests in small publicly-traded companies which may be less mature and therefore more vulnerable to adverse business or economic events and greater and more unpredictable price changes than larger companies, the food & agriculture sector as a whole or the stock market as a whole.
  • FOOD invests in global equity securities. As such there is a risk of loss arising from exchange rate fluctuations or exchange control regulations.
  • Other: (1) Third party service providers (such as the ICAV’s depositary) may go bankrupt and fail to pay money due to FOOD or return property belonging to FOOD. (2) If the Index provider stops calculating the Index or if FOOD’s license to replicate the Index is terminated, FOOD may have to be closed. (3) It may not always be possible to buy and sell FOOD’s Shares on a stock exchange or at prices closely reflecting the Net Asset Value. (4) There is no capital guarantee or protection on the value of FOOD and investors can lose all the capital invested in FOOD. (5) Please refer to the “Risk Factors” section of the ICAV’s Prospectus and the Fund Supplement.

Fund Details

Net Assets USD 291,000,391
NAV per share USD 5.9446
Shares Outstanding 48,952,467
Total Expense Ratio 0.45
Inception 27/08/2020
Base Code FOOD
Base Currency USD
Index Name Foxberry Tematica Research Sustainable Future of Food Index / FXBYFOOD
Index Replication Method Physical – full replication
Income Treatment Accumulating
No. of holdings 45
Domicile Ireland
Issuer Rize UCITS ICAV
Promoter Rize ETF Limited
Manager Davy Global Fund Management Limited
Investment Manager Davy Global Fund Management Limited
Depositary / Custodian Northern Trust Fiduciary Services (Ireland) Limited
ISA Eligible (UK) Yes
SIPP Eligible (UK) Yes
Reporting Fund Status (UK) Yes
Equity Fund (DE) Yes
SFDR Classification Article 9

Top 10 Holdings

Name ISIN Weight CCY
FMC US3024913036 3.72 USD
O-I GLASS US67098H1041 3.7 USD
DOLE IE0003LFZ4U7 3.63 USD
BEYOND MEAT US08862E1091 3.6 USD
BALCHEM US0576652004 3.42 USD
OATLY GROUP AB US67421J1088 3.34 USD
SIG COMBIBLOC GRP. CH0435377954 3.32 CHF
CALAVO GROWERS US1282461052 3.23 USD
EUGLENA JP3944370000 3.02 JPY

Full Fund Holdings


Exchange Currency Listing Date SEDOL Bloomberg Ticker RIC
Borsa Italiana EUR 03-Sep-20 BMVLGB8 FOOD IM FOOD.MI
Deutsche Börse Xetra EUR 03-Sep-20 BMVLGD0 RIZF GY RIZF.DE
Euronext Amsterdam EUR 15-Feb-21 BLH1VY3 FOOD NA FOGB.AS
London Stock Exchange USD 03-Sep-20 BMY7CV5 FOOD LN FOOD.L
London Stock Exchange GBP 03-Sep-20 BMY7CW6 FOGB LN FOGB.L
SIX Swiss Exchange CHF 15-Sep-20 BL6L069 ESSN SE ESSNR.S

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Capital at risk. Past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results. The value of your investment and income generated will vary, your initial investment amount cannot be guaranteed. The return of your investment may increase or decrease as a result of currency fluctuations.


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