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What looked like a PR win for Cargill sparked a backlash | Business | globegazette.com


MINNEAPOLIS | As soon as Cargill announced that an outside group had certified more than a dozen of its ingredients as non-GMO, the agribusiness giant was publicly scourged by some… 62 more words

BEAUTY/INGREDIENTS. Cargill Launches 'Unleashing Nature Sustainably' Traceable Ingredients

Cargill releases its Personal Care platform Cargill Beauty – Unleashing Nature Sustainably.

As consumers continue to seek more and more personal care products made from natural, sustainable ingredients, manufacturers aspire to achieve clean labels with more familiar-sounding ingredient lists targeted to health-conscious consumers. 301 more words

Cargill: How to Stop a Freight Train

This week the food industry giant, Cargill, shocked the agri-tech world by siding with the Non-GMO Project in announcing a closer relationship in getting more of its products listed as GMO-free. 1,132 more words

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eC2: IFC-Cargill Program in Cote dIvoire Endline Study

Deadline: 29-Mar-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.) 

The primary objective of this evaluation are to assess the development impact of the Cargill-IFC programs (ScopeInsight, Coop Academy, and Doni Doni) and to provide information, lessons, and recommendations that can be used to improve the design of future programs. 25 more words

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Cargill donates $50,000 of fencing materials to fire-stricken ranchers

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Cargill is donating $50,000 in new fencing materials to ranchers in the Ashland area. It comes in response to last week’s fast-moving wildfires. 70 more words

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Cargill donates $50,000 of fencing materials to fire-stricken ranchers

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Cargill is donating $50,000 in new fencing materials to ranchers in the Ashland area. It comes in response to last week’s fast-moving wildfires. 98 more words

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save the rainforest: revisiting an old battle

Photo Credit: Neil Palmer/CIAT for Center for International Forestry Research

Some bad news from a recent article in the New York Times:

A decade after the “Save the Rainforest” movement forced changes that dramatically slowed deforestation across the Amazon basin, activity is roaring back in some of the biggest expanses of forests in the world.

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