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Shipping 'progressives' call for industry carbon emission cuts

Some of the world’s biggest shipping groups say ‘ambitious’ action is needed at a key UN meeting to bring the industry in line with Paris climate goals. 870 more words

Climate Change

Cargill will start getting non-GMO ingredients verified by third-party group - StarTribune.com

Cargill is working with the Non-GMO Project to verify that three of its major ingredient products are genetically unchanged. File photo of bread that is labeled with the Non-GMO Project’s logo. 51 more words

Cargill feeds appetite for GMO-free ingredients

First products verified as free of bioengineering reflect changing consumer trends
Cargill, one of the world’s biggest wholesale food suppliers, has bowed to consumer trends by offering its first products with a seal of approval from the leading US verifier of products free of bioengineering. 82 more words

Cargill selects new site for Wichita location

WICHITA, Kan. (KSNW) – Back in May, Cargill announced the company would keep its headquarters in Wichita. Now, the company has named the site of their new location. 381 more words


No GMOs: Gourmet Food, Gourmet Prices? Only 2 Minor Incidents Today at the Farmers' Market

Farmer’s Market-Love the Food, Hate the Crowds

The local farmers’ market opens at 8 AM, but I have never made it that early. Since I travel with J., I have to wait until he is up and ready – today we made it by 9:15 or so. 685 more words


Wilbur Chocolate Clusters Recalled

Cargill is recalling three varieties of boxed chocolate nut clusters, supplied to them by Asher Chocolate Company and sold under its Wilbur Chocolate brand through the Wilbur Chocolate Store in Lititz, Penn. 173 more words

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Cargill canola research facility bringing innovation to Aberdeen, Sask.

A recently expanded Cargill canola research facility in Aberdeen, Sask., could lead to groundbreaking oilseed innovation, according to company officials at a grand unveiling Tuesday. 325 more words