Cargill

The war on Africa’s family farmers

Corporations and bankers do not believe in farming as a way of life; they believe in farming as a very profitable business that they control. Their goal is not to improve family farming in Africa, but to eradicate it.

Who's really buying the farm?

Foreign investment in Australia's food chain is increasing at a rate that is causing concern, and not just for people on the land.

Kulim buys PNG oil palm estates for US$175m

Plantation company Kulim Bhd is paying US$175 million to buy some 25,000ha of oil palm estates in Papua New Guinea from the world's largest agribusiness company, Cargill Inc, and Singapore government investment arm Temasek Holdings.