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Agribusiness

Bunge’s agribusiness operations include buying grains and oilseeds from farmers, then storing, transporting and selling them to domestic and export customers. We also provide financial, risk management and logistics services. Our global network of facilities spans six continents and includes grain elevators, oilseed processing plants and strategically located port terminals. We also have marketing and trading offices and joint venture operations.

Bunge’s agribusiness operations include buying grains and oilseeds from farmers, then storing, transporting and selling them to domestic and export customers. We also provide financial, risk management and logistics services. Our global network of facilities spans six continents and includes grain elevators, oilseed processing plants and strategically located port terminals. We also have marketing and trading offices and joint venture operations.

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Food and ingredients

Bunge produces edible oils and milled grains that are key ingredients in some of the world’s biggest brands, private label products and millions of restaurant meals. We source oilseeds and grains from our agribusiness unit and add value through product innovation and customer service.

Bunge produces edible oils and milled grains that are key ingredients in some of the world’s biggest brands, private label products and millions of restaurant meals. We source oilseeds and grains from our agribusiness unit and add value through product innovation and customer service.

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Sugar and bioenergy

Bunge is a leading producer of sugar and ethanol from sugarcane in Brazil and a global sugar trader. Brazil is now easily the biggest producer in the world, with an annual harvest of around 600 million metric tons, of a world total of 1.6 billion. Unlike some other crops, sugarcane must be milled close to where it is grown, so we operate farms near our eight mills. 

Bunge is a leading producer of sugar and ethanol from sugarcane in Brazil and a global sugar trader. Brazil is now easily the biggest producer in the world, with an annual harvest of around 600 million metric tons, of a world total of 1.6 billion. Unlike some other crops, sugarcane must be milled close to where it is grown, so we operate farms near our eight mills.