Cargill highlights progress protecting South American forests

– – • Cargill completes point location mapping for 100% of its Brazilian soy farm suppliers. – • Cargill estimates 95.68% of its soy sourced from Brazil is grown on land that is deforestation and conversion-free (using 2008 Forest Code as a reference point). – • Cargill expands its direct engagement with farmers in Brazil, including the launch of a new partnership with the largest farmer association in the state of Bahia. – – – As part of its commitment to sustainably nourish the world, Car…

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Cargill highlights progress protecting South American forests