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Cargill in China

Cargill’s business in China can be traced back to the early 1970s. Today, we have a thriving presence in virtually every part of mainland China with 68 locations and over 9,000 employees, till now.

Founded in 1865, Cargill is an international producer and marketer of food, agricultural, financial and industrial products and services. Cargill is in a unique position to contribute its global expertise to assist China’s ongoing efforts to raise the incomes of its rural population and boost its countryside development. In addition, Cargill’s contributions are aligned with China’s commitment to promoting sustainable agriculture, a secure and safe food supply. Cargill helps China achieve these commitments by improving efficiency and adding value in the production, processing, distribution, and trade of food and agriculture products.

Pioneering and Promoting China’s Agricultural Industry

Cargill is committed to bringing our world-leading technology, expertise and ideas to China. Our efforts have been dedicated to the modernization of China’s agriculture industries while advancing rural development through technological upgrades.

Supporting Rural Development and Boosting Rural Incomes

At Cargill, we believe helping advancements in China’s rural areas also means raising the incomes of rural residents. Our worldwide experience enables us to make unique contributions in the ways of improving quality of life. It has always been a top priority engaging full-time agricultural scientists in training these residents in optimizing their earnings.

Upholding and Advocating Food Safety Management

Our goal is to provide high quality, safe food, everytime, everywhere. We employ a single-system approach for food safety in all locations across the globe.

Innovating and Demonstrating a Circular Economy

Cargill is committed to transitioning to a restorative, circular model – utilizing the entire business ecosystem. We design biological and technical components of products to fit within a materials cycle, and all for disassembly and re-purposing. Our aim is to not only focus on renewable energy but to move towards zero waste – the core principle of a circular economy.

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