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Cargill set to diversify by transforming from corn to wheat processing

21 January 2018

Cargill is set to grow and diversify its product portfolio at its starches and sweeteners plant in Germany with products such as vegetable wheat protein, specialised industrial wheat starches and advanced bio-fuel. 

The facility produces starches and sweeteners from corn for a series of food, feed and industrial applications.

As part of the company‚Äôs long-term strategy, the transformation to wheat will broaden the product portfolio to address changing consumer needs such as an increasing demand for protein rich foods, and the rising need for paper & packaging solutions and renewable energy sources. The transformation is expected to be completed in 2020. 

The new facility will use the latest production technologies, allowing Cargill to further increase its plant reliability and improve its service to customers. 

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