Cargill in Peru
In Peru, Cargill has a grain and oilseeds trading office as well as three animal feed production plants, based in Lima, Chiclayo and Arequipa. Cargill Peru employs approximately 140 people.
We have been in Peru since 1963, when Pesquera Delfin S.A. and Bolicheras Unidas S.A. were established to produce fishmeal. Since that time, Cargill has been involved in many businesses, including agricultural commodity trading, coffee exports, sugar, fishmeal trading, and more.
- Grain and oilseed trading
- Animal feed production and sales
- Ocean Transportation
1963 Cargill invested in the fishmeal business, buying Pesquera Delfín S.A. that merged with Bolicheras Unidas S.A.
1965 Pesquera Delfin S.A. merged with Agencia Maritima Internacional and formed Cargill Peruana S.A
1984 Cargill began exporting Peruvian coffee
1999 Cargill bought Agribrands Purina Peru S.A. as part of its worldwide acquisition of Purina businesses
Learn more about how Cargill is working to have the most sustainable food supply chains in the world.
Cargill Americas Peru S.R.I.
Agribrands Purina Peru S.A.