Cargill aims to connect farmers to carbon offset buyers

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The global food giant's new programme RegenConnect aims to connect food firms with farmers to encourage regenerative agriculture and bring them a new income stream

Cargill is taking advantage of its position in the supply chain between farmers and consumer food companies to invest in advancing the emerging carbon marketplace associated with regenerative agriculture....

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