Cargill and ENOUGH expand partnership to provide consumers with innovative, sustainable protein options

Cargill and food tech leader ENOUGH, which produces fermented protein sustainably, are expanding their current partnership to further innovate nutritious and sustainable alternative meat and dairy solutions consumers crave. Cargill is investing in ENOUGH’s most recent (Series C) growth funding campaign and has signed a commercial agreement to use and market its fermented protein.   ENOUGH uses a pioneering technology that enables large-scale sustainable protein production of its signature ABUNDA® mycoprotein. ABUNDA is grown by feeding fungi with sugars from sustainably sourced grain that is then fermented in a natural production…

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Cargill Wins Two 2024 BIG Innovation Awards

Cargill has been recognized for its innovation and R&D leadership with two 2024 Business Intelligence Group (BIG) Innovation Awards . The company’s efforts to harness the power of what’s possible to deliver lifechanging solutions that positively impact the world today and for generations to come were awarded in two categories: Agriculture Organization: Awarded to Cargill for developing a culture, products and people who are consistently delivering innovative solutions for their community and customers. Product: Awarded to Cargill and BAR Tech’s WindWings, launched in 2023, whose innovative and sustainable approach has…

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Cargill Announces Commitment to Eliminate Deforestation and Land Conversion in Brazil, Argentina and Uruguay by 2025

outh America is one of the most critical regions for biodiversity and vital to feeding the world. To protect South America’s natural ecosystem, Cargill is announcing an accelerated commitment to eliminate deforestation and land conversion from its direct and indirect supply chain of key row crops in Brazil, Argentina, and Uruguay by 2025. The commitment spans several important commodities in the global food system, including in-country origination of soy, corn, wheat, and cotton, building upon the company’s global commitment of deforestation-free commodities and conversion-free soy across South America by 2030. …

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USAID-funded TRANSFORM project secures additional private sector support for antimicrobial use stewardship principles, now includes over 30% of global broiler production

Antibiotics used to treat bacterial infections can contribute to antimicrobial resistance (AMR) that spreads amongst human, animal, and plant populations, weakening our ability to prevent and treat future infections. To effectively tackle AMR and reduce its impact on global health security, the USAID-funded Transformational Farm Output Risk Mitigation (TRANSFORM) project is leveraging multisectoral interventions using the One Health approach that recognizes the interdependencies between the health of humans, animals, and the environment. As part of TRANSFORM, the International Poultry Council (IPC) is driving global change within animal agriculture by uniting…

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Cargill’s 2023 Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) Report Showcases the Company’s Progress to Deliver Positive Impact on Climate, Land and Water, and People

Cargill’s Fiscal Year 2023 ESG Report details the company’s progress towards its sustainability commitments and showcases the work being done on the ground to drive even greater positive global impact across operations, supply chains and communities. Cargill’s sustainability strategy is intentionally designed to deliver on the company’s purpose of nourishing the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way, by creating products, partnerships and programs in the prioritized areas of Climate, Land and Water and People. “When it comes to urgent challenges facing people and the planet, Cargill’s connections across…

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