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The drought leaves farmers thirsty for answers.

As we mark World Water Week, Cargill helps provide them.

Rosa Baeza close up with mask and hard hat on

DO judge this book by its cover. Meet the star of our ‘Extraordinary’ Annual Report.

If you want to know what kind of year it’s been at Cargill, just look at the cover of our Annual Report.

If you were starting your career fresh, what advice would you give yourself? Here’s what 2 retiring execs told us 

What kind of careers did Frank van Lierde and David Dines have at Cargill? 

Cargill's interns 2021

What’s it like to be a Cargill intern? 5 of our summer staffers dish. 

Want to know what’s possible when you’re an intern at Cargill? You can start by reading this story! It’s written by me, Savannah Dames, Cargill’s editorial intern for the summer.

Happy 50th, Cargill China!

50 things you might not now about our half-century operation in the Asian country

Read Time: 9 minutes

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(Digital) Eyes on the road: Technology is saving Cargill drivers’ lives in Colombia

A driver falling asleep is a wake-up call for his team. Now drivers are getting a second (and third or fourth) pair of eyes.

Read Time: 2 minutes

[Global]/[Spain, United States (USA)]

How bioindustrial asphalt additives make old asphalt young again

For most asphalt, there’s no such thing as retirement. Learn about asphalt additive and recycled asphalt.

Read Time: 3 minutes

[Global, North America]/[United States (USA)]

The drought leaves farmers thirsty for answers. As we mark World Water Week, Cargill helps provide them.

This time last year, Lance Lillibridge was looking forward to a record crop. Instead, he got a throwaway year.

Read Time: 5 minutes

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DO judge this book by its cover. Meet the star of our ‘Extraordinary’ Annual Report.

If you want to know what kind of year it’s been at Cargill, just look at the cover of our Annual Report.

Read Time: 3 minutes

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If you were starting your career fresh, what advice would you give yourself? Here’s what 2 retiring execs told us

What kind of careers did Frank van Lierde and David Dines have at Cargill? 

Read Time: 9 minutes

[Global, Latin America, North America]/[]

A disability won’t stop Paul Brick from bringing joy to all who know him

Paul Brick loves to make connections. His 20 years at Cargill and strong relationships with colleagues show that people of all abilities can make a difference.

Read Time: 4 minutes

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What’s it like to be a Cargill intern? 5 of our summer staffers dish.

Want to know what’s possible when you’re an intern at Cargill? You can start by reading this story! It’s written by me, Savannah Dames, Cargill’s editorial intern for the summer.

Read Time: 5 minutes

[Global, Latin America, North America]/[]

Happy 50th, Cargill China!

50 things you might not now about our half-century operation in the Asian country

Read Time: 9 minutes

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Bust myths, master pronouns and be the ally our transgender colleagues need

Theo Ray-Huntington has come out twice at work — once when they started working for Cargill, and again more recently when they came out as transmasculine nonbinary.

Read Time: 4 minutes

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Grass, greenhouse gas and grazing: Why North America’s prairies are key to cutting emissions

In North America, prairie grass used to be everywhere. Today, just a fraction of it remains.

Read Time: 4 minutes

[Global, North America]/[]

It happens every year — so why is this International Women’s Day particularly poignant? Just look at the data.

On this International Women’s Day, a Cargill leader hopes we see that women’s interests are everyone’s interests.

Read Time: 4 minutes

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‘Cargill has my back:’ As we celebrate LGBTQ+ Pride, three employees tell their stories

When Sharon Fallas joined Cargill three years ago, she immediately noticed it was different.

Read Time: 4 minutes

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