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Market Categories

Using proprietary insights, our global technology capabilities and vast ingredient portfolio, we help customers differentiate their brands and create unique solutions that fill product pipelines and reduce time to market.

Animal Food

Premium animal food and treats


Breads, bakery mixes, cakes & pies, cookies & biscuits, crackers, pancakes & waffles, pastries, pizza dough, sweet goods, tortillas


Alcoholic, beer brewing, carbonated soda, energy drinks, functional & flavored waters, juice & juice drinks, powdered beverages, RTD coffee, RTD tea, sports drinks


Hard candies, gums, chocolates, gummies, caramels and chewies, and fillings.

Cooking Ingredients - Ready Meals

Cooking ingredients, ready meals, sauces, dressings and dips, retorted soups and canned products, oils, fats and spreads, ready to use (RTU) mixes, seasonings, rubs and marinades, flavor encapsulation and emulsions, egg stabilizers, baby and infant foods


Cheeses, dips and dressings, yogurts, ice cream and dairy desserts, creamers.

Sweet Spreads, Toppings and Syrups

Fillings and toppings, frozen fruit, fruit preparations, sauces and syrups, glazing and piping, icing, jams and jellies, reformed fruits and vegetables.

Infant & Baby Food

Prepared baby food, dried baby food, infant formula

Snacks & Cereals

Bars, cereals, chips & crisps, crackers, and salty snacks.

Meats & Fish

Cooked cured meat, cooked emulsified, dried processed, fresh, specialty, fish and seafood.

Cargill insights help you create product success

Cargill insights help you create product success

To keep at the cutting-edge of consumer needs, Cargill Cocoa & Chocolate monitors a wide range of trends at different levels: macro, food, cocoa and chocolate ingredient and categories.


With cocoa as your medium, a masterpiece awaits


Know Your Cooking Oils


Learn about different types of cooking oils and their uses. 



Some Cargill products are only approved for use in certain geographies, end uses, and/or at certain usage levels. It is the customer's responsibility to determine, for a particular geography, that (i) the Cargill product, its use and usage levels, (ii) the customer's product and its use, and (iii) any claims made about the customer's product, all comply with applicable laws and regulations.