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About Cargill

Across many different markets and industries, we work every day to help the world thrive.

We work alongside farmers, producers, manufacturers, retailers, governments, and other organizations to fulfill our purpose to nourish the world in a safe, responsible and sustainable way, Together, we create efficiencies, develop innovations, and help communities thrive.

Cargill in Brazil

Cargill's knowledge of the entire agricultural food chain and its experience in global markets helps bring food from the countryside into the home. Results can be verified every day at the tables of millions of people.
Cargill is one of the largest food industries in Brazil since 1965, and has about 11,000 employees. Headquartered in São Paulo (SP), the company is present in 17 Brazilian states and the Federal District through industrial units, warehouses, port terminals and offices in 147 municipalities. Cargill helps its customers achieve success through collaboration and innovation, and is committed to using its global knowledge and experience to overcome economic, environmental and social challenges wherever it does business. In 2018 it reached in Brazil consolidated net revenues of $47 billion.

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Brazil Annual Report

The Cargill Annual Report for Brazil contains important information and data about the Company, such as operational and socio-environmental performance.

At A Glance

Cargill at a Glance

Quick introduction to Cargill with financial summary.

Community Engagement

Community Engagement

Cargill invests in local communities through economic development, partnerships and giving combined with the volunteer efforts of our employees.

Corporate Annual Report

Shared Annual Report Preview

Our Corporate Annual Report combines our financial and corporate responsibility performance in a manner that reflects our intersecting focus on purpose and profitability. (English)



Company Overview

Cargill provides food, agriculture, financial and industrial products and services to the world.


Explore more than 150 years of Cargill history in this interactive timeline.