Cargill investing in African expansions

Also committing funds to sustainability and traceability programs

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Cargill is investing $100 million in its Yopougon, Ivory Coast cocoa processing plant, which will increase its production capacity by 50 percent and create 85 full-time local jobs. Cargill also is making a $13 million investment to increase capacity at its Tema, Ghana site by 20 percent. In addition, Cargill will be investing $12.3 million over the next three years to expand sustainability and supply chain traceability programs in the two countries.

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