Cargill uses Rollup Helper.
Cargill, Incorporated produces and markets food and agricultural products; and provides financial and industrial products and services. It offers animal nutrition and feed, ingredients, and pet food to commercial producers; trading and processing services for commodities, such as grains and oilseeds, cotton, sugar, and steel and ferrous; farmer services, such as grain marketing, crop protection and inputs, agronomy advisory, growing programs, and silo management; and energy trading, and risk and supply chain management services for power, natural gas, coal, emissions and carbon, and petroleum markets. It also provides risk management, investment, and financial solutions for food, financial, and energy customers; biodiesel and ethanol from feedstock; natural viscosity management and texturizing agents, including hydrocolloids, polyols, phospholipids, starches, and derivatives for personal care applications; egg and breakfast, beef, pork, and turkey products; oils and shortenings; and dressings and sauces. In addition, it offers starches and additives, natural oils, emulsifiers, lubricants, non-toxic thickeners, viscosifiers, natural oil lubricants, deicing equipment, and polyols; and sweetening and coating agents, excipients, base ingredients, lecithins and phospholipids, pyrogen-free products, and absorbing and gelling agents for pharmaceutical applications. Further, it provides salt for food, water conditioning, industrial, agricultural, and packaged deicing markets; and ocean transportation and freight services, including chartering, trading, logistics, operations, and risk management. The company was formerly known as Cargill Elevator Company and changed its name to Cargill, Incorporated in 1930. The company was founded in 1865 and is based in Wayzata, Minnesota. It has plants in Dodge City, Kansas; Rouen, France; and Germany. The company has a poultry operation in Lai'an, China; a farm service center in Morris, Canada; and a R&D center in Vilvoorde, Belgium.