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  The Clan Cargill / Cargile Association
Cargill is one of the earliest surnames of Scotland, according to Black.
The Cargile surname is a derivation of the Cargill's.
Donald Cargill was an eminent preacher of the Church of Scotland in the reign of Charles II.
www.angelfire.com /al/metaphysicsgalore/Cargile.html   (3498 words)

 Cargill Fertilizer - Public Involvement
Cargill's compliance with all of the plans and regulations ensures safe transport, storage and usage of ammonia, which in turn ensures the health and safety of both Cargill employees and the public.
Cargill proposes to use Panamax vessels, which are 750' long and 105' wide, to use the port, which will require an increase in the turning radius of the basin from 700' to 1150'.
Cargill is required by law to perform mitigation as part of their proposed permit.
cargill.e-builder.net /pub.html   (9457 words)

 Cargill Castle   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Completed in 1877 for Edward Bowes Cargill, the castle is one of the important structures in Dunedin associated with the Cargill family", Carolyn Martin, "Air of History and Decay, 'September 1996.
Cargill Castle was built by Edward Bowes Cargill, a son of Captain William Cargill, and a prominent leader and a political leader in his own right.
The construction of Cargill Castle was to be significant for Francis Petre.
www.geocities.com /marcpeyroux/cargillcastle.html   (501 words)

 MDO - Cargill: Our taxes, global destruction - 03/02/2000
Cargill's undercutting wipes out the local farmers' self-reliance, while the revenues (going to the elite) are tied to required purchases of U.S. weapons, writes Chomsky, citing "The Soft War" by Tom Barry, 1988.
Cargill is such a damaging threat that in Dec. 1992, 500,000 peasants marched against corporate-controlled trade, and the irate farmers ransacked Cargill's operations.
Cargill, with extensive funding from the U.S. Agency for International Development, is also destroying the world's largest wetland -- the Pantanal, in South America -- in order to dredge a channel that's designed for convoys of up to 16 soybean- and soymeal-carrying barges, according to the Institute on Food and Development Policy.
www.mndaily.com /daily/2000/03/02/editorial_opinions/o0302/index.html   (1048 words)

 Cargill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Warren Staley is the chief executive officer of Cargill.
Cargill is an active proponent of free trade policies.
Cargill's position is based on its strong support of neo-liberal economic principles.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Cargill   (1204 words)

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Por ser a Cargill uma empresa preocupada com o meio ambiente, acreditamos que é nosso dever contribuir de alguma forma e a Semana Ambiental é um bom momento para isso”, explica José Augusto Coelho, responsável pela área de meio ambiente da Cargill em Uberlândia.
Quem passar pelo estande da Cargill, poderá conferir também as ações sociais da empresa coordenadas pela Fundação Cargill.
A aquisição deste negócio está alinhado a um direcionamento estratégico de crescimento das operações da Cargill voltadas ao mercado de consumo, que hoje abrange a participação nas categorias de óleos de soja e especiais, maionese, molhos para salada e azeites.
www.cargill.com.br   (3316 words)

 Oligopoly Watch
Cargill is a silent giant, even though at over $50 billion in revenue, it's one of the top 20 US companies.
Cargill is the #1 company in the obscure but very large and profitable starch industry, with corn syrup, sugar alcohols, and other sweeteners.
Cargill is a major merchandiser of a number of commodities, both agricultural and non-agricultural.
www.oligopolywatch.com /2004/01/18.html   (1203 words)

 food starch - Cargill Foods
Cargill maltodextrins are used as bulking agents, carriers, flow modifiers and texturizing agents and have dextrose equivalents (DE) below 20.
Cargill modified starches are high performance specialty dent, waxy, or high amylose products with excellent water binding properties and varying degrees of resistance to low pH, heat and shear.
Cargill native starches are unmodified corn, waxy, and high amylose starches used in a variety of applications.
www.cargillfoods.com /products/product_starch.html   (372 words)

Cargill and other members of the Business Roundtable formed the Alliance For GATT in 1994 to lobby the United States Congress to expand free trade and deregulation during the Uruguay talks.
Cargill and other U.S. agribusiness giants were so successful in their lobbying efforts that during last years World Food Conference delegates were not able to come out with a common statement in declaring that having a secure source of food was a human right.
Cargills response to the NFU charges was to release a psudeo-interview between Fritz Corrigan, President of Cargill's Agricultural Businesses, and an anonymous Cargill announcer.
www.geocities.com /CapitolHill/5202/carinc.html   (3171 words)

 Going Against the Grain
Cargill has been incomparably adept at growing without having to go public and make all the compromises that would entail.
Cargill, founded in 1865 by William and Samuel Cargill, sons of a Scottish sea captain, started out as a lone grain-storage flat house in a frontier town in Iowa.
Cargill, already the world's dominant grain seller, bought the No. 2 player in 1999, just when grain prices were at a ten-year low.
www.agribusinessaccountability.org /page/202/1   (1858 words)

 C&EN: TODAY'S HEADLINES - TRYING TO START A REVOLUTION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
At a briefing for reporters at the facility earlier this month, Cargill managers made their case that the chemical industry is on the cusp of a new era.
Cargill and Materia are developing 9-DA chemistry with the help of a $1.9 million matching grant from DOE, awarded in September.
Cargill's first commercial plant, he said, will have capacity for 100 million to 200 million lb and modest capital costs; a modern propylene oxide plant, in contrast, makes upward of 1 billion lb and can cost $800 million.
pubs.acs.org /cen/today/8150cargill.html   (1192 words)

 History of Cargill Salt   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Cargill began shipping grain down the Mississippi River in the late 1940s, but finding cargo for the return trip proved to be a challenge.
The backhaul salt business grew steadily, and by 1960 Cargill management was convinced that rock salt was a good fit for the company and began looking for opportunities to become a salt producer.
Cargill acquired mineral rights in Belle Isle, Louisiana, and began construction of a rock salt mine.
www.cargillsalt.com /dc_salt_about_history.htm   (272 words)

 Cargill Australia - Cargill To Expand Wagga Wagga Beef Plant
Cargill is also pleased to announce that it has received planning approval to a proposed variation in the layout of the plant from the Minister Assisting the Minister for Planning and Infrastructure, the Hon Diane Beamer MP.
Cargill Beef Australia is part of Cargill Australia Limited, which established a presence in Australia in 1967 to serve the country’s large grain exports and has since extended its involvement into several other agricultural industries including oilseed and beef processing, flour milling, as well as grain and cotton trading, and grain storage.
Cargill Australia Limited is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Cargill, Incorporated, which is an international marketer, processor and distributor of agricultural, food, financial and industrial products and services with 98,000 employees in 61 countries.
www.cargill.com.au /news_wagga_wagga.htm   (527 words)

 Poland Country Page
Cargill established its activities in Poland in 1991.
Based on years of experience and research, Cargill has introduced its own recipes and technologies as well as a thorough quality control of ingredients and products bought, to provide its customers with a feeling of safety and a guarantee of high husbandry effectiveness.
Cargill Animal Nutrition industrial feeds brand is sold directly to its largest customers and Nutrena is a distribution brand, sold via a dealer’s network to small and medium-sized farmers.
www.cargill.de /German/cargill_de/worldwide/poland.htm   (420 words)

 Cargill Cotton | History
Cargill Cotton USA sources cotton from the Western Hemisphere, predominantly the USA, with Cargill Cotton UK originating supplies from the rest of the world.
Cargill Cotton was one of the first cotton traders to make this transition and our ginning business in Zimbabwe is widely regarded as one of the best examples of how to successfully augment the conventional aspects of cotton trading with the new challenges of a processing industry.
Cargill Cotton's operations in Zimbabwe have not been affected by recent events and Cargill Cotton remains confident about the future of the Zimbabwean cotton industry.
www.cargillcotton.com /history.htm   (943 words)

 Cargill HFT - Barley Betafiber Applications & Formulations
Cargill's Barley Betafiber offers the food product developer a new option for fiber fortification, viscosity building, texture development, moisture management, fat reduction, and a number of other technical challenges in a variety of food systems including breads, breakfast cereals, extruded snacks, juice drinks, soups, and more.
Cargill’s high purity (>70%) ß-glucan product, barley betafiber, can be used in a variety of baked goods for both its functional and health benefits.
Cargill’s high purity (>70% purity) ß-glucan product, barley betafiber, can be used in a variety of soup and sauce applications for both its functional and health benefits.
www.cargillhft.com /health_products_beta_formulation.html   (1742 words)

 Cargill Power & Gas Markets
Cargill, along with it's affiliates, is active in the power and natural gas markets throughout North America.
Cargill is one of the top shippers of physical power in the US and Canada and transacts in all NERC subregions.
Cargill is the largest natural gas exporter to the U.S. and one of the largest asset managers in North America.
www.cargillpowerandgas.com /index.html   (124 words)

 Cargill Limited >> press releases
The facility is being designed and built by FWS Construction Ltd., Cargill’s strategic alliance partner and known for their design and construction of inland grain terminals across western Canada and the northern United States.
Cargill AgHorizons operates grain handling and crop inputs facilities across the Prairies and works in partnership with producers to develop grain-marketing solutions.
Cargill AgHorizons is a division of Cargill Limited, one of Canada’s largest agricultural merchandisers and processors with interests in meat, egg, malt and oilseed processing, livestock feed, salt and fertilizer manufacturing, as well as crop input products, grain handling and merchandizing.
www.cargill.ca /press/articles/2003/may_7.htm   (344 words)

 Responsible Shopper Profile: Cargill
Cargill controls the lion's share of U.S. corn exports and beef packing, and is among the world's leading traders of cocoa and cotton.
The ILRF is suing Cargill on charges that they knowingly source cocoa from African plantations that use child slave labor, and the Environmental Justice Foundation named Cargill as a major purchaser of Uzbek cotton, which is produced using largely uncompensated labor and is implicated in widespread human rights abuses.
Cargill and Dow are the parent of companies of Cargill Dow, maker of NatureWorks PLA, a synthetic material made with corn instead of petroleum, which is controversial because the company fails to inform consumers that the corn used for its products is genetically engineered and not grown sustainably.
www.coopamerica.org /programs/rs/profile.cfm?id=200   (1824 words)

 Joanna Cargill - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Joanna Cargill is a fictional character, a mutant supervillain in the Marvel Comics universe with super-strength and steel-hard skin that gives her heavy resistance to physical injury and temperature extremes.
During the Fall of Avalon, Cargill allied herself with long-time enemy Cyclops in order for survival, and she and her fellow Acolytes were able to escape the destroyed space station in time.
Cargill was used against her will to battle Magneto, but she was ultimately constrained with a metal pillar.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Joanna_Cargill   (1043 words)

 Cargill Foodservice Awards $10,000 in Scholarships to Culinary Institute of Amer
Cargill worked closely with Baumann when helping the college develop the landmark program, which is now being offered to foodservice sales professionals around the country.
One of the world’s largest foodservice suppliers, Cargill invites the winning students to meet with company representatives and tour some of the company’s various foodservice operations to provide them with insight into how today’s foods are raised, prepared and processed.
A joint venture between Cargill and Harvest States, Horizon Milling is a leader flour miller with a coast-to-coast network of 21 U.S. mills.
www.cargillmeatsolutions.com /press_releases/2004/tk_cms_pr_scholar.htm   (624 words)

 Cargill Cotton | Welcome
Cargill Cotton is very proud to be one of the world’s largest and oldest cotton businesses.
Cargill Cotton is a division of Cargill, Incorporated, an international provider of agricultural, food, agricultural and risk management products and services.
Cargill, Incorporated, was founded by W.W. Cargill on the American frontier in 1865.
www.cargillcotton.com   (145 words)

 Cargill Careers
We sell thousands of products, operate hundreds of businesses and partner with dozens of other companies, many of whom are leaders in their industries.
Cargill offers an array of benefits that offer you protection for today and security for your future.
At Cargill, we share a common purpose: to be the global leader in nourishing people.
www.cargill.com /careers   (219 words)

Cargill is not registered with the Commission in any capacity, but is listed as a principal of Cargill Investor Services, Inc. ("CIS"), which is registered with the Commission as a futures commission merchant ("FCM").
Cargill has marketed and continues to market the POC as an opportunity for producers to receive higher prices for their grain by adding the non-refundable premiums to the prices the elevators pay to producers for their nearby grain under standard grain contracts.
Cargill has marketed and continues to market the POC to producers through their grain elevators located in ten states: Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, Ohio, North Dakota and South Dakota.
www.cftc.gov /enf/99orders/enfcargill.htm   (841 words)

 Cargill Home
Cargill announced that it has committed US$1 million a year for three years (US$3 million total commitment) to fund a partnership with the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) to improve the quality of education and the health and nutritional levels of school age children in Bogor (West Java) and Madura (East Java).
Cargill produces and distributes crop nutrients and feed ingredients to farmers, beef, dairy, pork and poultry producers and animal feeders.
Cargill and The Coca-Cola Company are working in partnership to develop and introduce the industry’s first natural, zero-calorie sweetener.
www.cerestar.com   (356 words)

 University of Memphis :: University News :: Cargill Gift Will Assist with Spectrometer Purchase
Cargill Global Scientific Resources has donated $20,000 to the Chemistry Department at the University of Memphis to help purchase a 500 megahertz (MHz) NMR spectrometer, an instrument for measuring the interactions of electromagnetic energy with matter.
The Cargill gift will allow the department to upgrade to the 500 MHz model, which will provide enhanced sensitivity and better resolution, said Dr. Abby Parrill, associate professor of chemistry.
Cargill plans to purchase time on the spectrometer when available.
www.memphis.edu /releases/jun05/cargill.htm   (272 words)

 Cargill HFT - Press Releases
Cargill Hand FT is a leading developer, processor and marketer of science-based, healthy ingredients for food and dietary supplements worldwide.
Ziemann joined Cargill in 2000 as President of Cargill Nutraceuticals and assumed his current role as President of Cargill’s Health and Food Technologies business in 2001.
Cargill HandFT is business unit of Cargill, an international provider of food, agricultural and risk management products and services.
www.cargillhft.com /press_releases_bod.html   (332 words)

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