Is Cargill sustainable?

Is Cargill sustainable?

Our ambition is to have the most sustainable food supply chains in the world. From small family farms to global shipping lanes, Cargill works every day to implement new sustainable practices to reduce our impact on the planet and protect people.

What is Cargill mission statement?

At Cargill, everything begins with our purpose to nourish the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way. Customers choose us for our world of expertise, delivered locally, quickly and reliably in a way that creates value together for them and us.

What do you know about Cargill?

In India, Cargill’s operations started in 1987. It has businesses in refined oils, food ingredients, grain and oilseeds, cotton, animal nutrition, industrial specialties, and trade structured finance. It markets animal feed and premix under the brands such as Provimi, Purina, Citura and Cargill.

Who are environmental managers?

Environmental Managers manage the development and implementation of environmental management systems within organisations by identifying, solving and alleviating environmental issues, such as pollution and waste treatment, in compliance with environmental legislation and to ensure corporate sustainable development.

Why do I want to work at Cargill?

At Cargill, you own your career. Your drive to do things greater than yourself, and your passion for continued learning are key to our joint success. We’re committed to your personal growth through the development of new skills and providing the opportunity for new experiences.

Is sustainability a good career?

Sustainability can lead to many career paths, such as sustainability specialist, environmental engineer, sustainability manager, and sustainability director. These and other job opportunities provide workers with the chance to positively impact the environment, people’s quality of life, and future generations.

What qualifications do I need to work in sustainability?

Technical or academic knowledge is good to have, but most jobs require key skills in project planning and management, financial management, relationship building and so on. You can build these skills by volunteering and through work in non-sustainability sectors. Most jobs can nurture such transferable skills.

What is Cargill doing to improve sustainability?

Transparency and governance Cargill’s Chief Sustainability Officer, Pilar Cruz, leads oversight for the company’s policies and programs to deliver progress against our global commitments. The Cargill Executive Team reviews the company’s progress on a quarterly basis at an enterprise and business level.

How does Cargill contribute to the SDGs?

Cargill supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). Working to nourish the world, protect the planet and empower communities, we know business plays an important role in advancing the Global Goals, which aim to end poverty, address climate change and ensure prosperity for all.

How does Cargill report the company’s progress?

The Cargill Executive Team reviews the company’s progress on a quarterly basis at an enterprise and business level. We report progress externally through our company’s annual report in addition to annual and biannual supply chain reports.

How does Cargill track Forest risks when buying cocoa?

When cocoa beans arrive at Cargill’s warehouse in the Afamu community of Ghana, they are weighed and assigned a barcode. That barcode corresponds to the unique ID code of the farmer selling the beans, and with it, Cargill has access to detailed information related to the farmer’s forest risks.