Cargill announces new sustainability initiative

Commits to reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 30 percent

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Cargill has launched a BeefUp Sustainability opt-in initiative, with the goal of reducing greenhouse gas intensity by 30 percent across its North American beef supply chain by 2030. Created to engage producers, customers and innovators, the initiative will focus on grazing management, feed production, innovation and food waste reduction.

Some of the initial steps of the initiative include Cargill’s expansion of its partnership with The Nature Conservancy and sponsoring the Yield Lab Institute’s Manure Innovation Challenge, which will connect startups and companies to find ways to capture value from manure-based nutrients, fiber and energy.

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