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Security companies reap from LNG exploration in Tanzania

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BG Group has contracted pan-African security provider Warrior Security Company to secure its sites in Tanzania, in a partnership that has seen the 3500-strong security company extend its recruitment drive and training programme and bring innovative terms and conditions to Tanzanian security staff. 715 more words

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Opening of trade door may whet Cuba's appetite for Midwest farm goods

Agricultural businesses are among those cheering President Obama’s announcement that the U.S. is restoring diplomatic relations with Cuba.

Twin Cities-based Cargill, one of the biggest food companies in the U.S., has long lobbied for an end to the trade embargo that’s been in place more than 50 years. 352 more words

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Unilever, Cargill push to green their palm oil chain

Soon after he became CEO of Cargill last year, David MacLennan began casting around for ways he might build on the company’s decade-long effort to combat deforestation from soy production in Brazil. 1,863 more words

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School Profile: Minnesota MBA

School Profile:  University of Minnesota – Carlson School of Management 676 more words

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Truvia maker settles Hawaii-based suit for $6.1M

HONOLULU (AP) — The maker of Truvia Natural Sweetener will pay $6.1 million to settle a class-action lawsuit initiated by a Hawaii woman.

Kailua-Kona resident Denise Howerton was the first to sue Cargill, which manufactures the product sold nationwide. 255 more words

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Know Your Food. Kind of. Well, a little bit. OK, not really. At all.

Here’s the pitch I got from the Cargill PR department:

“Consumers are becoming more interested in where their food comes from,” said Ruth Kimmelshue, president of Cargill Turkey and Cooked Meats. 1,022 more words

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greenhorns report on the national ffa convention

 Greenhorns, in partnership with Organic Consumers Association were in attendance last month at the national gathering of the FFA. The FFA National Convention in Louisville, Kentucky, saw a sea of 60,000 students representing every nook and cranny of America (and its territories) gathered together for fellowship, belonging, education and scholarly competition. 1,963 more words

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