Knowing Your Roots:
From Farm to Table™
Our high oleic canola story is an open book
We all want to feel good about the origins of our food. Here at Cargill, we strive to take the mystery out of the food supply chain. From high-yield canola seeds to our independent family farms to the high-quality oil used in our favorite foods, we are committed to transparency throughout the high oleic canola process—a commitment we can all feel good about.
Full-Circle Supply Chain
Cargill’s high oleic canola oil is carefully nurtured—from seed to flower to oil. Our seeds help independent farmers produce profitable harvests that benefit their businesses and their communities. This commitment to the entire supply chain means your consumers can feel good about the origins of their food.
The rich, black soil of the Aspen Parkland, Interior Plains and Red River Valley prairies provides the perfect base for specialty canola. Following sustainable agriculture and crop rotation practices, virtually all high oleic canola can be grown without the need for irrigation—taking advantage of the abundant rainfall and sunshine in these regions instead.
Bees and Specialty Canola
Pollinators play a crucial role in agriculture — and bees thrive in our growers’ high oleic canola fields.
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