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Bunge Partners With Nutrien to Support Adoption of Regenerative Practices, Starting with Soybeans

Bunge is partnering with Nutrien Ag Solutions, the world’s largest crop input company, to support U.S. farmers in the adoption and implementation of sustainable farming practices for the development of lower carbon products.

This partnership, which is expected to expand sustainable agriculture across shared supply chains in North America, will begin with a focus on soybeans grown in the regions close to Bunge’s crushing facilities in Council Bluffs, Iowa, and Decatur, Indiana. Future expansions may include new geographic locations and other crops such as corn and wheat.

Bunge stated that it sees this initiative strengthening its relationships with farmers in the U.S. and creating value for participants throughout the value chain as it brings whole acre solutions to food, feed, and fuel customers.

Through this agreement, Nutrien Ag Solutions will provide crop consulting services, custom applications of fertility and chemical analytical testing of soil, water, and tissue, traceability, and data collection via its proprietary platform. For its part, Bunge will contract with these growers and manage harvest and post-harvest commercialization.


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