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Tyler Mayoras

About Tyler Mayoras

I am a PE investor focused on the food and agriculture industries. I share insights on the food revolution in an article on Financial Poise. You can subscribe to my column to learn more about the trends in food, sustainable agriculture, nutrition, etc.

eat to live

Eat to Live: This Article Might Just Save Your Life

The Health Benefits are Endless When You Eat to Live Part of my role as a private equity investor is to devour information on food and agriculture. Why? To make sure I understand the trends and impacts within the industry. So, I read books, articles, and studies on food, health and wellness, and what it […]


creating healthy soil

Creating Healthy Soil: “Kiss the Ground” Reveals the Future of Food

Creating Healthy Soil Saves More than Plants When I first picked up Josh Tickell’s latest book, “Kiss the Ground,” last November, I thought it was going to be a book about regenerative agriculture. While it does cover this topic, the book turned out to be about so much more. I am not exaggerating when I […]


Curing America’s Obesity Epidemic

A Radical Approach to Curing America’s Obesity Epidemic

Curing America’s Obesity Epidemic May Look Different (and Younger?) than We Thought Several months ago, I had this strange encounter with my high school-aged daughter. It was a bit of an “aha” moment that sparked a lot of other ideas about food, health and how we might tackle some of our biggest health problems. I […]


Using twitter for business

10,000 Reasons Why Your Business Needs to be on Twitter Right Now

I am taking a short-term diversion from the Food Revolution to discuss the best career tool and knowledge-sharing app available. The web has become a crucial tool for building one’s credibility as an expert, and yet most people are missing one of the most important knowledge-sharing networks on the web. I am talking about Twitter. […]


What are GMOs

What are GMOs? Let’s Explore the History, Myths and Issues

With the recent release of the pro-GMO documentary, Food Evolution by Scott Hamilton Kennedy, the safety and labeling concerns of genetically modified organisms (“GMOs”) have been thrust back into the limelight on social media and other political forums. So, what are GMOs? Since it is a complicated and often misunderstood topic, I thought it good […]


regenerative agriculture

How the U.S. Destroyed its Food System (and How Regenerative Agriculture Can Save It)

Find out how the U.S. government changed – and ruined – our food industry, and why entrepreneurs are using regenerative agriculture to save it.


“Free From” Foods: Invest in the Revolution

Growing up in the ‘70s and ‘80s was very different from today. My favorite sandwich was the classic PB&J. Today, I would be out of luck — most schools in the U.S. don’t allow peanut butter due to the prevalence of life-threatening peanut allergies. I don’t remember any kids with a food allergy while growing up, let alone a life-threatening one. Fast forward to today, and of course we all know food allergies pervade in our schools and society.


Better for you food revolution investor

How to Invest and Live with Intent: Plant-Based Diets and a Cleaner Climate

Venture capital, family offices and CPG companies are pouring money into plant-based food alternatives. Find out why investors need to take notice.


Better for you food revolution investor

Could the Bugs in Your Stomach Be at the Center of Your Health?

Why should you give up diet soda, limit antibiotic use and start eating fermented foods? Over the last five years, there have been key research breakthroughs in the link between gut health and your brain, immunology and overall health.


Why Smart Investors Are Taking Notice of the Gluten-Free Movement

As a food investor, I am often skeptical of the staying power of emerging trends. Is the trend a fad? Or, is it truly a groundswell that will change long-term eating patterns. According to Statista, the gluten-free foods market was $2.4 billion in 2015, up 41% from $1.7 billion in 2010. And it is projected to triple—up to $7.6 billion—by 2020.


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