Cargill Inc.

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Cargill has been a partner since 2001, providing support for a range of different programs to reduce hunger and improve food security. More recently Cargill committed to a multi-year investment to boost smallholder farmers' access to markets and increase the food security of hungry schoolchildren in three key markets. The interventions will focus on local production of school meals, forming a sustainable relationship between farmers and schools. Learn more about the partnership.



Harvesting Hope: How Cargill Is Helping Farmers and Students in Indonesia

The U.S. agriculture giant is joining forces with World Food Program USA to support homegrown school meals.

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6 Ways To Achieve A Hunger-Free World

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