Grains

Meeting the world’s increasing need

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The three most important crops in the world are grains: corn (maize), wheat and rice. They are also the backbone of Bunge’s agribusiness activities. As the global market continues to grow, particularly in developing countries, there is a widening mismatch between where crops are produced and where they are consumed. Complex geopolitics, extreme climate conditions and economic uncertainty mean trade in basic foodstuffs has never been more important.

It’s a big opportunity and Bunge is well placed to meet this growing need. With our integrated value chain we can make the right connections, linking farmers large and small to the global marketplace. We supply high-quality commodity products to end-customers - from entire nations to small livestock producers.

We can make the right connections, linking farmers large and small to the global marketplace. We supply high-quality commodity products to end-customers - from entire nations to small livestock producers

Our global network of facilities, including grain elevators and port terminals, covers the world’s largest agricultural production regions and the areas of fast-growing food consumption. It is also designed to be close to major transportation systems.

We support these physical assets with marketing units, trading offices and joint venture operations across six continents.

The three most important crops in the world are grains: corn (maize), wheat and rice. They are also the backbone of Bunge’s agribusiness activities. As the global market continues to grow, particularly in developing countries, there is a widening mismatch between where crops are produced and where they are consumed. Complex geopolitics, extreme climate conditions and economic uncertainty mean trade in basic foodstuffs has never been more important.

It’s a big opportunity and Bunge is well placed to meet this growing need. With our integrated value chain we can make the right connections, linking farmers large and small to the global marketplace. We supply high-quality commodity products to end-customers - from entire nations to small livestock producers.

We can make the right connections, linking farmers large and small to the global marketplace. We supply high-quality commodity products to end-customers - from entire nations to small livestock producers

Our global network of facilities, including grain elevators and port terminals, covers the world’s largest agricultural production regions and the areas of fast-growing food consumption. It is also designed to be close to major transportation systems.

We support these physical assets with marketing units, trading offices and joint venture operations across six continents.

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