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Five Trends Shaping the Future of Food

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New forces are shaping the future of food. Investors, scientists and food makers recently gathered at the Future of Food-Tech summit in New York City to talk about what’s behind the trends in food innovation and investment. Several Cargill researchers and marketers attended the summit and reported back what they observed.

How Food Waste Hurts the Economy – And How You Can Help

The average family of four throws away about $1,500 worth of food each year. This food waste strains wallets, changes the way people buy food and can ultimately hurt the economy.
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By Mekael Teshome

What would you do if you had an extra $1,500 in your bank account at the end of this year? What if you invested that money and had $20,000 or more ten years from now?

A few thousand dollars could help you jump start your retirement fund, save for an emergency or start planning for a child’s college education. You don’t have to sell off your belongings or invest in some questionable scheme. All you may have to do is think more carefully about the food you buy, eat and throw away.

Ingersoll Rand Offers Relocating Employees Two New Ways to Help Environment, Feed People in Need

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When you think of relocating for a job, you may not think of the impact that relocation could have on your local community or the environment. Ingersoll Rand’s Global Talent Mobility Solutions team recently introduced two new programs for employees who are relocating, designed to help the environment and give back to local communities.

"We take Ingersoll Rand's sustainability commitment to heart," said Holly Clontz, Ingersoll Rand global talent mobility solutions manager.

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Expert Interview with Tetra Tech's Richard Choularton, Food Security Expert

Assessing food security, famine, and early warning systems in the face of a changing climate
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Richard Choularton is a senior associate focused on food security and climate resilience with Tetra Tech International Development Services. As the former Chief of the World Food Programme’s Climate and Disaster Risk Reduction Unit, he is a recognized, world-renowned expert in climate change adaptation and risk mitigation, resilience, food security, emergency preparedness, and early warning systems. Richard previously served as director of the Office of Humanitarian Assistance at CHF International.

A Vision for a Healthy India

A Q&A with Pawan Agarwal, CEO of the Food Safety and Standards Authority of India (FSSAI).
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What are some of the challenges facing India from a food safety perspective?

Achieving the UN’s Global Goals: How Nestlé Plays its Part

by Chavanne Hanson
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As a participant of the UN High Level Political Forum this week, I’m sharing some Nestlé initiatives aligned with the SDGs but also learning about what more can be done, how we can work with others and can continue to contribute with tangible business solutions.

Delacon and Cargill Announce Strategic Equity Investment

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STEYREGG, Austria and MINNEAPOLIS, July 19, 2017 —  Delacon, the pioneer and global leader in phytogenic feed additives, and Cargill have agreed to a strategic partnership that will advance the market presence of natural, plant-based feed additives on a global scale, and meet changing consumer preferences of what animals are fed and how food is produced. The deal includes a minority equity investment from Cargill. Terms were not disclosed.

Cargill Expands Partnership with FareShare

Cargill sets up supply chain for FareShare to distribute fresh chicken
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HEREFORD, U.K., July 17, 2017 /3BL Media/ - Global agriculture, food and nutrition company Cargill launched a new agreement to supply FareShare, a U.K.-based organization fighting hunger by tackling food waste, with fresh chicken every week free of charge. The agreement will help FareShare grow its capacity to redistribute even more food to communities in need in the South West of England.

Central American Youngsters Hit the Books on Good Nutrition

Bolstering students' health with nutrition education and wholesome foods
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by Michelle Cruz 

Rita Reyes used to see her students fill up on junk food and soda. Now it’s fruit, juice, healthy proteins and garden vegetables.

“This was a constant battle not only with the kids, but also with the parents,” said the primary school teacher at the San Apostol School in Ticuanpante, a municipality just outside the capitol of Nicaragua. “Today, things are different.”

Caterpillar Inc.: Building Better

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For more than 90 years, Caterpillar’s business has been about building better — better lives, better communities and, ultimately, a better world. Click here to learn more in the 2016 Sustainability Report.

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