The Cruyff Foundation, in collaboration with Cargill and the Tema Metropolitan Assembly, has built a state-of-the-art Cruyff Court in Tema, Ghana, where sports and game activities will be deployed for children and young people.
With their diplomas in hand, recent graduates from Cargill’s on-the-job development program for cocoa cooperative managers are set to transform their businesses, bring sustainable products to world markets and help their communities prosper.
CLAP is a partnership between high-quality field data solutions provider Meridia, the Ivorian government, and cocoa industry companies like Cargill to help farmers gain clear land ownership documents – a process that can often be cumbersome and expensive.
The understanding of sustainability topics in the cocoa and chocolate sector continues to rapidly evolve. That’s the clear message from everyone involved in the sector, from farmer organizations to NGOs to governments in both producing and consuming countries.
This new product line reaffirms our commitment to delivering products which are not only delicious, but in demand, providing our customers and their consumers with vegan alternatives to traditional chocolate recipes.
White chocolate is a visual highlight in itself and it is growing in popularity: in a 2021 survey, 15% of consumers claimed that white chocolate is their favourite type of chocolate, up from 11% from the previous year.
When cocoa beans arrive at Cargill’s warehouse in the Afamu community of Ghana, they are weighed and assigned a barcode. That barcode corresponds to the unique ID code of the farmer selling the beans, and with it, Cargill has access to detailed information related to the farmer’s forest risks.
As Easter approaches, children will soon delight in baskets filled with chocolate treats. What they might not realize is the journey chocolate makes from cocoa bean to chocolate eggs is one that requires responsibility and innovation every step of the way.
This Valentine’s Day, chocolate will bring joy to people all over the world. What they might not realize is the journey chocolate makes from cocoa bean to heart-shaped box is one that requires responsibility and innovation every step of the way.
Across all five countries where Cargill directly sources our cocoa, as well as in the indirect cocoa supply chain, we are making strong progress on delivering our Protect Our Planet strategic action plan.
Agricultural services, trainings and inputs for cocoa farming often don’t reach women. Yet women play a vital role in cocoa production and the livelihood of the household including by generating alternative income.
Envoyé Spécial (France 2) broadcast a report on cocoa production on 10 January 2019, in which Cargill was featured. This article offers more information on Cargill’s commitment to eliminating child labor and deforestation from our cocoa supply chain.
“CocoaAction Brasil” galvanizes the cocoa supply chain to work alongside federal and state governments, industry actors and others to address farm-level challenges and empower cocoa growers and their communities
At Cargill we are always looking for ways to better serve our customers. So we're improving the follow-up of contracts for chocolate, coatings and fillings in response to increased demand and in line with common industry practice.
The global Food Ingredients trade shows are the biggest and most influential exhibitions of ingredients worldwide. The increasing popularity of the China show was clear from its new home in 2016: the recently opened National Exhibition and Convention Center, Shanghai – one of the largest exhibition complexes in the world.
Curious to learn about the next big challenges that shape your market? Or, find out which flavours are flying off the shelf in your category? We have answers to these business-defining questions. Cargill actively monitors diverse trends to help you get inspiration for your next hit product. From macro to category trends, a wealth of knowledge is available.
For those in the food and beverage industry, the biennial Food ingredients Europe tradeshow is one of the most important events in the calendar. New ingredients and applications are on display and valuable connections made. We review the 2015 show in Paris, where Cargill presented under the theme ‘enabling sustainable growth through innovation.’
Cargill’s European R&D center in Vilvoorde, Belgium, offers innovative solutions for the food industry and beyond. From reformulation to new product creation, the team of scientists and technologists is ready to support a speedy market launch.
As we continue our journey to drive sector transformation through the delivery of our Cargill Cocoa Promise, we will train 1,000 Cocoa Coaches in Côte d’Ivoire. Between them, they will provide individually tailored advice to 70,000 cocoa farmers.
In November 2015, Cargill hosted the 4th annual ‘Success Through Partnership’ conference for customers in Southeast Asia. Experts from across the region presented insights, innovations and opportunities for growth. The wide range of Cargill food ingredients available for Southeast Asian businesses was also showcased, including cocoa and chocolate