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Cargill picks architect for new Wichita headquarters

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Agribusiness giant Cargill has chosen an architect for a new Wichita facility to house its protein operations.

The Wichita Eagle reports that Kansas City-based HOK has been selected. 75 more words


Colonial trading stations instead of factories in Ukraine

by Michał Kozak, via Financial Observer

We’re posting this article by Poland’s Michał Kozak to provide a glimpse into what EU’s economic reporters have to say about the industrial and investment situation in Ukraine today, two years after the Euromaidan putch.   1,738 more words

FEMA Simulation warns unstable food supply may cause 395% spike in food prices across America

Source: NaturalNews.com
Ethan A. Huff
June 30, 2016

The globalist powers are planning for a real-life Hunger Games scenario in the next 15–20 years, according to new reports. 617 more words


Fires And Drought Force Migration Of Palm Oil Production

Faced with hunger and oppression due to the expansion of palm oil and sugar cane Guatemalan youths are returning to growing food for community and markets. 3,307 more words

Global Palm Oil Traders Acknowledge the Need to Prevent Human Rights Abuses in Guatemala

Civil Society Pressure Shines a Spotlight on Ongoing Environmental Destruction and Murder in Guatemala’s Palm Sector

June 8, 2016

One year after a massive spill of toxic palm oil effluent into Guatemala’s Pasión River that was labeled an ‘ecocide’ by a Guatemalan court, and nine months after the killing of a Guatemalan activist who denounced the spill, social movement groups in Guatemala are still demanding justice, and companies have begun to recognize that such violence and ecocide must not be tolerated. 919 more words

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Cargill gets $10M tax breaks to stay in Kansas

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — A deal to keep agribusiness giant Cargill operations in Wichita includes nearly $10 million in tax breaks over a 10-year period from state and local government entities, according to documents obtained by The Associated Press. 622 more words


Cargill to Sell Flour-Milling Unit in Argentina to Molinos Canuelas Sacifia

The giant U.S. agricultural commodity producer and trader Cargill Inc. has decided to sell its flour-milling unit in Argentina to Molinos Canuelas Sacifia, a wheat and oilseed milling company that also makes value-added food products.  71 more words

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