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VIEW FROM THE TOP: Julian Chase, CEO, Cargill Starches, Sweeteners and Texturizers

30 Oct 2018 ---  Cargill recently revealed plans to invest US$150 million in constructing an HM pectin production facility in Brazil. The proposed project is part of a comprehensive plan to strengthen Cargill’s full pectin footprint, including improvements to its existing three plants in Europe (Germany, France and Italy) and adding a new plant in Brazil to take advantage of local resources.

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