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JK Minta Pengusaha Kakao Investasi di Tanah Air

Sabtu, 16 Mei 2015 – 14:17 wib

LONDON – Wakil Presiden Jusuf Kalla mengundang para pengusaha bidang industri kakao untuk menanamkan modalnya di Tanah Air, mengingat produksi biji kakao di Indonesia adalah terbesar ketiga di dunia. 269 more words

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Who Owns Agricultural Land in Ukraine?

By Elizabeth Fraser | Oakland Institute | May 8, 2015

The fate of Ukraine’s agricultural sector is on shaky ground. Last year, the Oakland Institute…

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1 Photo & 3 Quotes That Explain Why You Should Watch Tonight's Frontline About Chicken & Salmonella

Over 1 million Americans get sick from salmonella every year. The bacteria, especially in more potent, drug-resistant forms, is responsible for the highest number of hospitalizations and deaths of all food borne illnesses; all in spite of increased anti-salmonella measures by the poultry industry. 1,032 more words

Portrait Of A Leader: Ernie Micek

Ernie Micek did not like to settle. Before being voted as CEO of Cargill, he led the company’s corn milling division, where he sought ways to improve the performance of individual employees, as well as the business as a whole. 127 more words

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Big Goals Mean Big Impact For McDonald's

Every two years, McDonald’s recognizes the sustainability accomplishments of its global suppliers with its Best of Sustainable Supply Awards. Last year, the restaurant chain had nearly 600 submissions. 131 more words

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Enhancing Food Banks To Fight Hunger

Enough food exists to feed everyone in the world, and yet, the United Nations estimates about 800 million people—approximately one in nine—are undernourished today.

As a founding member of Global Food Banking Network, Cargill has provided more than 1.4 million dollars to support the establishment of new food banks, saving millions of pounds of food that was previously going to waste. 98 more words

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Developing A New Source Of Nutrition

Through trials with soy, Cargill works to create a new kind of food, providing people with complete, all-in-one nourishment.

After Cargill’s acquisition of animal feed operations in the early 1940s, the company’s president, John MacMillan, Jr., was inspired to translate the same idea for people, creating a food that was “absolutely adequate in itself for human nutrition.” 222 more words

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