Cargill Expands Regenerative Ag Program to Europe
USAgNet - 05/26/2023
Cargill is leveraging its unique position in the supply chain to pioneer its award-winning regenerative agriculture program in Europe, which will see farmers in Germany, Poland, Romania, and France financially compensated to adopt climate-friendly farming
Building on two years of success in North America, Cargill RegenConnect will also expand from 15 to 24 states, introducing the program in nine new states including North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Colorado, Mississippi, Alabama, Oklahoma, Louisiana and Texas. It will also provide U.S. farmers with higher payments, cover more commodities (such as cotton) and improve ease and access to enrollment via mobile devices.
Cargill RegenConnect has not only received positive feedback from growers and customers but has also been recognized by the prestigious 2023 Edison Awards for its innovative approach to creating a more resilient and secure food system. Its expansion demonstrates Cargill's commitment to helping farmers adopt sustainable agricultural practices across its global supply chain, rooted in the firm belief that change starts where the food system begins - at the farm.
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