News Archive: Cargill

Cargill Hosts U.S. Premiere of Living Lands and Waters Floating Classroom

Cargill Hosts U.S. Premiere of Living Lands and Waters Floating Classroom

Cargill has partnered with LL&W since 1999. In addition to funding for the floating classroom and annual support for the organization’s operating needs, Cargill employees volunteer with the crew for river cleanups and tree planting projects in the communities along the major rivers where Cargill has operations and provide additional expertise to support the organization, including as guest speakers at LL&W’s workshops. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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Cargill Hosts U.S. Premiere of Living Lands and Waters Floating Classroom

Cargill Launches New Website for Feed and Animal Nutrition Customers

The new site features in-depth content about each of the key production species segments, pork, poultry, dairy cattle, beef cattle and aquaculture, as well as an overview of the brands offered globally. The site also features videos from Cargill’s animal nutrition innovation center and an interactive map of Cargill’s global feed production locations where customers can be linked to content from various countries around the world in the local language. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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Cargill Hosts U.S. Premiere of Living Lands and Waters Floating Classroom

Nutrena® Launches Online Product Ratings and Reviews

The Nutrena® brand website and Facebook page will now give consumers the ability to read and provide ratings and reviews for over 60 Nutrena® products. Consumers can provide a star-rating from zero to five stars and rate products on characteristics such as palatability, product quality, and value for the money. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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Cargill Hosts U.S. Premiere of Living Lands and Waters Floating Classroom

Cargill makes major progress toward its 2015 worker safety and environmental sustainability goals

“We’ve made meaningful progress toward achieving our EHS 2015 goals,” said Cargill Corporate Environment, Health and Safety Vice President, LaRaye Osborne. “We are harvesting the value of our considerable investment in research, people, processes and technologies. As a result, more of our employees and contractors return home safely at the end of their work day, and we are reducing the environmental impact of our operations.” [Click on Logo to learn more]

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Cargill Hosts U.S. Premiere of Living Lands and Waters Floating Classroom

Cargill Hands Over Water Treatment Plant in Support of 26th South East Asian Games 2011

Funded and built by Cargill at a cost of about US$1 million, the plant will process and sterilize water by way of reverse osmosis before sending it via pipes to the athletes staying at the SEA Games village in Jakabaring, Palembang. The plant is able to generate and supply more than 2,000 cubic meters of World Health Organization-compliant potable water per day to the SEA Games athletes. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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Cargill to Showcase Innovative Solutions at Supplyside West 2011

“Each year, Cargill arrives at SupplySide West with delicious prototypes made with some of our most innovative ingredients. This October, we will showcase a particularly exceptional array of products – each of which combines functional benefits with mainstream appeal,” said Pam Stauffer, global marketing programs and communications manager, Cargill Health & Nutrition. “We look forward to working with our partners as they explore and develop healthier food and beverage alternatives that address some of today’s most serious health concerns.” [Click on Logo to learn more]

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Cargill Hosts U.S. Premiere of Living Lands and Waters Floating Classroom

Cargill Product Earns Distinguished EPA Designation: Road Deicer Awarded Notable “Design for the Environment” Label

A prominent product used by city, county and state governments as well as commercial snow removal companies in their efforts to create safer winter driving conditions for the public, the product has been on the market for over 10 years. When used at the proper application rates, the product offers significant environmental benefits such as fewer salts and chlorides released into the environment, resulting in reduced impact on watersheds, aquatic life, roadside vegetation and other living organisms when compared to other treatment methods such as agricultural by-products. [Click on Pic to learn more]

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Cargill Hosts U.S. Premiere of Living Lands and Waters Floating Classroom

Cargill Donates $100,000 to Fight Famine in the Horn of Africa

“The situation in the Horn of Africa is critical, and CARE and the World Food Programme are helping to distribute food and other basic necessities to those who need it, especially children,” said Michelle Grogg, senior director of corporate contributions and partnerships. “While Cargill does not have business operations in the affected area, we are committed to ensuring people everywhere have access to safe, nutritious food.” [Click on Pic to learn more]

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