Cargill also opened its first food innovation center in Singapore to address nutrition and food safety needs. At the ribbon cutting ceremony (left to right): Ms. Rani Misra, Cargill Asia Pacific’s regional treasurer; Mr. Eng Keat Lee, executive director, Economic Development Board; Mr. Peter Van Deursen, president of Cargill’s global starches, sweeteners & texturizers business; Dr. Koh Poh Koon, Senior Minister of State for Trade and Industry; Mr. Marcel Smits, chairman of Asia Pacific and head of corporate strategy, Cargill; Mr. Peter Ong, chairman, Enterprise Singapore; Ms. Stephanie Syptak-Ramnath, charge d’Affaires, US Embassy of Singapore; and Dr. Kerr Dow, vice president, global research and development for Cargill Food Ingredients and Systems.
CHINA, Anhui. US agriculture and food company Cargill is expanding its protein production capacity in the city of Chuzhou, east China's Anhui Province, with an investment of around $ 48.8 mill. in a new plant.
This investment follows the company's $ 112 mill. investment in April to expand its deep corn production plant in Songyuan, northeastern Jilin Province. The newly added production is expected to contribute to farmer prosperity and the growth of the local economy, bringing 600 new jobs, the company said in Shanghai Tuesday.
Cargill's integrated poultry production facility in Chuzhou covers every stage of the supply chain, including chicken breeding, raising, feed production, hatching, primary and further production. Any product from the facility can be traced back at any point in its production process within two hours, according to the company.This facility is equipped with two fully cooked protein production lines that will be able to produce 32,000 t of chicken and other protein products every year.
Source: China.org | Cargill