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Healthy by nature

What do common household foods like garlic, black pepper and thyme have in common with the bark of the rare quillaja tree in Chile? It turns out, all of them can support livestock.


6 Cargill innovations changing the future of agriculture

R2DMoo. Asphalt’s elixir of youth. Traceable cocoa. These are just some of the ways Cargill is quickly moving to become a technology leader in food and agriculture.


How a Cargill security analyst keeps people safe and women moving forward

As one of three senior security intelligence analysts for Cargill Global Security, Claire Prestwood is responsible for monitoring security risks, scanning intelligence and anticipating threats.

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Innovation at Cargill

Digitally-driven ideas, combined with new technologies, are modernizing the global food and agriculture systems. See how Cargill is bringing innovation to life around the world.


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3 Cargill innovations that support healthier diets

As consumer preferences and nutrition requirements change, Cargill is helping food and beverage makers adapt their products. 


How tech startup Descartes Labs is helping Cargill unlock the future of data

What brought together a 153-year-old grain trader and a tech startup in an office full of bean bag chairs? Corn, naturally.

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How a bioindustrial additive makes old asphalt young again

For most asphalt, there’s no such thing as retirement. But there is something like an elixir of youth.

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