Monday, March 20, 2017

Microblog: Minnesota Companies: Cargill

Cargill is a Minnesota-based company that produces foods, grains, feeds for animals, and services that relate to agriculture:
  • Seeds and grains trading and distribution
  • Palm oil
  • Foods and beverages
  • Food service
  • Animal nutrition
  • Bio-agricultural industry, including fuels
  • Meat and Poultry/food safety
  • Energy
  • Personal care products
  • Transportation
  • Pharmaceuticals

Started in 1865 by William W. Cargill, the owner of a grain warehouse in Iowa, today Cargill's headquarters are in Minnesota, but they have offices all over the world in 70 countries: here is a list of them: . Cargill has people working with Aquaculture, for healthy fish to eat as well as harvesting fish oil. Canola oil is another product Cargill helps produce. They also educate farmers worldwide to grow the best crops and feed their animals in the best way.
Cargill is the producer of Truvia, a naturally based sweetened substitute for sugar. They also produce shortening, corn syrup, sugar, and pectin (used in making jams and jellies).
If you are interested in a career with Cargill, you can look here for current opportunities: They have internships as well as careers for people who are newly-graduated, and those who have some experience in their fields as well.

Here are some careers available with Cargill:
  • Engineer
  • Computer Technologist
  • Data Analyst
  • Software engineer
  • Land Management
  • Accountant
  • Biologist
  • Nurse
  • Lab Assistant
  • Food Safety
  • Human Resources
  • Marketing

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