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Cargill’s Transportation Innovation: the Unit Train.

Cargill’s great transporation innovation: The Unit Train

Given the chance to cut rail costs by 50% and help farmers get grain to market, Cargill attempted something never done before: obtaining enough grain to fill 115 rail cars. 529 more words


Cargill's Innovation: Taking a Chance with Corn Milling

Taking a chance with corn milling

Driven by its spirit of innovation and exploration, Cargill goes from corn industry newcomer to preferred supplier.

In May of 1967, Cargill News published a small story reading Oil Leases New Plant. 346 more words


Smoke and Mirrors - Sustainable Palm Oil

On the heels of writing about how the food industry is suddenly responding to consumer demand that our food supply be sustainable, I stumbled upon an article about how Unilever and Cargill, the two leading exporters of palm oil, were in the process of sourcing only sustainable oil.   977 more words

Tiny technology to deliver big disease treatments

For the next 40 years, Minnesota’s older demographic will make up the largest part of the state’s population. During this period, neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease and brain cancer, more prevalent in older adults, will pose a growing concern for the state. 1,090 more words


This Valentine’s Day: Show your Love, No Chains Attached

Editor’s Note: This is an article that originally ran in the Kennedy School Review. Caitlin Ryan is a Master of Public Policy candidate at Harvard’s Kennedy School of Government. 986 more words

Featured Contributors

Character award, $3,000 scholarship

Johnson High School senior Peter Yang in St. Paul is the winner of the Youth Frontiers 2014 Character Award, a Luther Auto-sponsored $3,000 scholarship and an iPad. 117 more words

The Drive To Serve

The New Conquistadors — Part 2: Ukraine

How International Corporations Are Taking Over Ukraine’s Agriculture


Ukraine has become a nation synonymous with the daily headlines. From the trail of western intervention… 1,324 more words