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Cargill creates connections across the global food system to help the world thrive. We link farmers to markets, customers with sustainable nutrition solutions, and nourish the world.

About Cargill in Thailand

Our operations in Thailand started in 1968 with the opening of a trading office in Bangkok. Over the past 50 years we continued to invest in the country and grow with the Thai economy and community. We have 14 facilities across the country and employ nearly 15,000 people.

Our businesses in Thailand include grain and oilseed supply chain, animal nutrition, cooked poultry products, fruit juice & pulp sourcing and texturizing solutions. Cargill is one of the largest exporters of cooked chicken products in Thailand.

As a part of our continued commitment to the local community, we have invested in efforts to equip more than 1,500 farmers with agricultural technical knowledge and training. We also work with local partners such as Save the Children Thailand to create nutrition initiatives for school-aged children and have been providing clean drinking water stations for schools, continually supporting schools around the company’s facilities and building homes for rural residents.

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Cargill helps the world’s food system work for you. We connect farmers with markets, customers with ingredients and families with daily essentials—from the foods they eat to the floors they walk on. Our 160,000-plus team members around the world innovate with purpose, empowering our partners and communities as we work to nourish the world in a safe, responsible, sustainable way.

From feed that reduces methane emissions to waste-based renewable fuels, the possibilities are boundless. But our values remain the same. We put people first. We reach higher. We do the right thing. It’s how we’ve met the needs of the people we call neighbors and the planet we call home for 158 years—and how we’ll do so for generations to come. For more information, visit and our News Center.