Tuesday Sept. 11

10:00 - 10:30am

Jill Kolling

Global Sustainability Leader

Cargill

 

Transparency. Traceability. Transformation.

Today’s consumers are asking for more information about where their food is grown, how it’s produced and how big companies are transforming the system for a more transparent value chain. From grain elevators in Indiana to cocoa co-ops in the Ivory Coast, Cargill sits in the middle of many of the largest commodity supply chains in the world. Moving food from where it’s grown, to where it’s needed. Commodity supply chains have unique challenges that must be overcome to provide greater traceability, while balancing the need for cost efficient food solutions to feed a growing population. Cargill is committed to overcoming those obstacles while considering the environmental, social and economic dimensions from the farm to the consumer.