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How rising global temperatures and extreme weather will change farming

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How rising global temperatures and extreme weather will change farming.

New U.S. Global Food Security Act boosts global efforts to fight hunger

 

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New U.S. Global Food Security Act boosts global efforts to fight hunger.

Play ball!

Cargill’s role in Major League Baseball® games

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Cargill’s role in Major League Baseball® games.

On the scent

Superstar ethanol “nose” found at Barby, Germany, plant inauguration

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Superstar ethanol “nose” found at Barby, Germany, plant inauguration.

Exploring new paths to community enrichment

Cargill is partnering with Heifer International to help smallholder farmers around the world

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Exploring new paths to community enrichment.

Cocoa farmers get the wheels turning on economic opportunity

New trucks solve an old problem in Côte d’Ivoire

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New trucks solve an old problem in Côte d’Ivoire.

A visit to Tokyo, a look into the future

Tsunami-impacted third graders explore food technology and business at Cargill

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A visit to Tokyo, a look into the future.
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Perspectives

The Future of Food - speech by Cargill President and CEO David MacLennan at the Carlson School of Mangement

Our food supply is reason enough to act on climate change - an op/ed by Cargill CEO Dave MacLennan and U.S. Senator Al Franken

TASTES LIKE CHICKEN How to Satisfy the World’s Surging Appetite for Meat - An article by the Wall Street Journal on Cargill's poultry business and how it relates to global food security 

In the news

It can look bad but taste good
-The Washington Post

U.S. soybeans must ship at breakneck pace to hit USDA target
-Reuters

Africans a shadow of their former selves
-Financial Times

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