Cargill, Incorporated is an international provider of agricultural, food/food processing, industrial, trading and financial products and services. The agricultural services division provides crop and livestock producers worldwide with customized farm services and products. Food ingredients and applications division serves global, regional and local food manufacturers, food service companies and retailers with food and beverage ingredients, meat and poultry products and food applications.
The industrial division supplies fertilizer, salt and steel products and services, and develops industrial applications for agricultural feedstocks. The organizing and processing division connects producers and users of grain, oilseeds and other agricultural commodities through origination, processing, marketing and distribution capabilities and services. The risk management and services division provides Cargill customers and the Company with risk management and financial solutions in world markets.
Cargill employs 159,000 people in 68 countries.
We help customers succeed through collaboration and innovation, and are committed to sharing our global knowledge and experience to help meet economic, environmental and social challenges.
We are grains and oilseeds – sugar – chocolate – sweeteners and starches.
We are meats, eggs and poultry – salt – cotton – dressings, sauces and oils.
We are animal nutrition – health and nutrition – ferrous, petroleum and fuels
Shrimp exports maintain a growing trend Viet Nam
Vietnamese shrimp exports maintained a growing trend thanks to the stable demand from major markets and to the global shrimp price also on the rise amid the decline in the global supply of the resource.
Thai Union nominated for 2016 'Stop Slavery Award' Thailand
Thai Union has been nominated for Thomson Reuters Foundation's inaugural Stop Slavery Award in recognition to its efforts to ensure that those working in the industry at large are also protected.
Climate change may make fish swim towards predators United Kingdom
Marine biologists at the University of Exeter have concluded that climate change is disrupting the sensory systems of fish and can even make them swim towards predators, instead of away from them.
Copyright 1995 - 2016 Fish Info & Services Co.Ltd| All Rights Reserved. DISCLAIMER