Cargill in Zambia
Cargill has been present in Zambia since 2006 and is based in Lusaka, the capital and largest city of Zambia. The company is active in grain and oilseeds, trading, and providing market access to commercial farmers as well as small-scale farmers for their crops.
In 2015 Cargill acquired an integrated soybean oil crush, refinery and bottling business in Lusaka, further enabling the company to provide both small scale and commercial farmers with market access for their products, as well as providing soybean meal to the animal nutrition industry.
- grain, oilseed trading and distribution
- soybean crush, oil refinery and bottling
2015 Cargill acquires Zamanita Ltd, a soybean crush, oil refinery and bottling business in Lusaka.
2008 Cargill opens a grain and oilseed trading office in Lusaka, capital city of Zambia.
Corporate responsibility is part of everything we do. We collaborate with organisations around the world to improve nutrition and health of those in our communities, provide access to education, encourage responsible stewardship of natural resources, foster sustainable economic development and promote responsible business practices in our supply chain.
We are providing clean water in communities that have poor or limited access to safe drinking water. In Zambia, we have provided 530 Hippo Water Rollers to collect, store and transport water more efficiently. These durable rolling barrels transport 90 liters of water, four times the amount carried by bucket. We have also built fresh water wells in Kenya, Mozambique, Zambia and Zimbabwe to provide a safe, clean water supply for communities.
Cargill Oil Crush & Refinery