The rapid pace of advancement in food safety technologies are going to add to the pressures food and beverage manufacturers are currently under, said Mike Robach, vice-president of food safety, quality and regulatory affairs for Cargill, Minneapolis. Mr. Robach spoke Jan. 22 during an education session at the Dairy Forum, which is hosted by the International Dairy Foods Association and… Read more »
Cargill announced a new range of specialty coatings and fillings, developed to meet key market requirements, from indulgent and healthy to sustainable and natural solutions.
Cargill’s cocoa and chocolate business has released its comprehensive report highlighting key trends in chocolate. Based on insight gained from interactions with customers across numerous application categories, and on information gathered from projects with customers through Cargill’s application centres, the report highlights trends across four key themes: indulgent; premium; healthy; and sustainable and clean. Cargill’s four trending areas Indulgent Today’s consumer is looking for… Read more »
Cargill plans to launch its Regal line of bakery shortenings at the International Baking Industry Exposition Oct. 8-11 in Las Vegas. The Regal portfolio of five shortenings includes high-performance shortenings as well as non-palm shortenings with optimized performance, according to Minneapolis-based Cargill.
Cargill, which earlier this fall completed the $440 million acquisition of Archer Daniels Midland Co.’s global chocolate business, said it will take steps early in 2016 to improve and expand its chocolate, compound and chocolate liquor production offerings and services for North American food and beverage companies. In January 2016, Cargill said it plans to close its plant in Lititz,… Read more »
The conclusion of the Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiations in Atlanta take the world a step closer to becoming more prosperous and more food-secure. Negotiators from 12 Pacific Rim nations including the U.S., Canada and Japan that together make up 40 percent of the world economy reached an accord over what would be the largest trade pact in history. TPP has the… Read more »
Acquisition strengthens Cargill’s texturizing portfolio to meet growing demand for label-friendly food ingredients.
Taking an important step forward in its commitment to sustainable palm oil, Cargill is becoming a member of The Forest Trust (TFT), the international non-governmental organization that partners with companies to build responsible supply chains.
Cargill’s Europe, Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia cocoa and chocolate business has appointed Inge Demeyere as its new managing director, chocolate.
Speaking at the Fortune Brainstorm Green 2014 conference on May 20, Cargill President and Chief Executive Officer David MacLennan highlighted complexities and tradeoffs involved in producing more food, more sustainably as a growing global population becomes more urban and more prosperous.