US-based Cargill Invests $78 Million in Efficiency and Sustainability Projects in Fiscal Year 2023

US-based global food corporation Cargill said it has invested $78 million in efficiency and sustainability projects within its operations in the fiscal year of 2023.

The company aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions in its operations by 10% by 2025 and to cut by 30% the gas emissions in its supply chain per ton of product sold by 2030, it said in its Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) report.

“Food insecurity and climate change are inextricably linked. We must mitigate and adapt across the food system – particularly helping farmers, who are on the front lines of climate change. That’s why our climate action includes aggressive measures to expand farmer-led adoption of regenerative agriculture and decarbonize how we grow, process, and move the world’s food,” the report added.

Founded in 1865, Cargill is operating in 70 countries and has over 160,000 employees. In the Southeast Europe region, the company operates in Romania, Greece, and in Bulgaria.

The company recorded $177 billion in revenue in the fiscal year of 2023 ending May 31, a 7% increase from one year ago.

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