Cargill in Poland

Cargill established its activities in Poland in 1991 when it opened an office in Warsaw to explore trading and investment opportunities following many years of trading grains, soybean meal and apple juice. Cargill now employs around 1,650 people in Białystok, Bieganów, Brzozowo, Dobrzelin, Jarosław, Kalisz, Kiszkowo, Krzemieniewo, Krzepice, Osnowo, Pruszcz Gdanski, Ropczyce, Siedlce, Sierpc, Skokowa, Świecie, Tworóg, Ujazd, Warsaw and Wroclaw.

Cargill has activities in the following areas in Poland:

  • animal nutrition
  • production and sales of sweeteners,
    starches and starch derivatives
  • grain and oilseed trading
  • specialty texturizing ingredients
  • risk management


Recent Cargill Investments in Poland

2011 Cargill completes the acquisition of Provimi, a leading global producer of animal feed.
2008 Cargill completed the expansion of its wheat processing facility in Wroclaw, with the addition of a flour mill and development of its existing ethanol line.
2007 Cargill acquired LNB International Feed BV, a privately held animal nutrition premix business, including its Polish plant in Kiszkowo. This acquisition has extended Cargill’s current supply network to new markets while also adding premix to the portfolio.
2006 Cargill acquired Degussa Food Ingredients business, including its Polish site in Kalisz.