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Move over, Willy Wonka. Here’s your ‘golden ticket’ to a (virtual) taste of Cargill’s House of Chocolate.

Cargill recently opened the doors of its innovative new House of Chocolate in Mouscron, Belgium.

‘We are helping feed the babies of America.’

How Cargill’s working to ease a shortage of formula for infants and their families.

Meeting colleague, community and farmer needs in Ukraine

Through Cargill’s 157 years, two things remain constant: We always put people first, prioritizing our employees’ safety, and we do everything we can to nourish the world.

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Move over, Willy Wonka. Here’s your ‘golden ticket’ to a (virtual) taste of Cargill’s House of Chocolate.

Cargill recently opened the doors of its innovative new House of Chocolate in Mouscron, Belgium.

Read Time: 3 minutes

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‘We are helping feed the babies of America.’

How Cargill’s working to ease a shortage of formula for infants and their families.

Read Time: 3 minutes

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What keeps our interns coming back? A two-time intern shares why she can’t get enough of Cargill.

Nearly 80% of Cargill interns rejoin the company. Find out why.

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Meeting colleague, community and farmer needs in Ukraine

Through Cargill’s 157 years, two things remain constant: We always put people first, prioritizing our employees’ safety, and we do everything we can to nourish the world.

Read Time: 5 minutes

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Whiteboards and the 4 “L’s” of leadership

Jen Hartsock brings her love for these things (and much more) as Cargill’s new chief information and digital officer

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Child labor is a complex problem. Here’s how we’re addressing it.

We’re partnering with a plethora of stakeholders to make an impact against child labor.

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Can forests and farming co-exist? Yes, Cargill says in commitment to increase sustainable agriculture and protect forests in Brazil.

Through innovative programs, Cargill supports Brazilian farmers like Joel in protecting native vegetation — today and for generations to come.

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A growing sense of Pride: Cargill’s Pride Network is still breaking barriers at 25

‘By embracing our employees’ uniqueness, we create an environment where all employees can thrive ,’ says one Pride Network leader.

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They told Ernest college wasn’t for him. He proved them wrong. Here’s how Cargill supported his journey.

Cargill’s University thrive program provides scholarships, development opportunities for underrepresented college students.

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'I’m not ashamed of my story’: Our colleague shares her pandemic-induced mental health journey to ‘help others along the way’

For employee Michelle Anderson, memories from her past medical trauma came flooding back during the pandemic.

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Pests were damaging Manjunath’s crops. So he turned to a Cargill mobile app for help.

Nearly 27,000 small-scale farmers in India are using the Cargill-developed Digital Saathi platform that advises farmers and connects them with buyers.

Read Time: 4 minutes

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