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Cargill introduces its animal nutrition solutions for future at VIV Turkey 2019

Cargill’s Animal Nutrition business presented the services and solutions it collects under the concept of “Future’s Animal Nutrition” at the VIV 2019 Fair held on 13-15 June in Istanbul Expo Center.

While the effect of change in daily life is felt by everyone; megatrends, such as increased population, food needs, and protein intake, are increasingly putting pressure on adaptation to the livestock industry. Poultry breeding and feed production industries are experiencing a consolidation. In addition, as the world’s farms and industries are becoming increasingly digital, customer expectations for sustainable food production are increasing day by day. Cargill shared its vision on how these trends and adaptation processes will change the face of animal nutrition in the future.
Serhad Celik, Regional Director for Turkey and the Caucasus at Cargill Animal Nutrition, expressed his views on the subject in the following words: “As Cargill, we are working in close cooperation with our customers to understand the difficulties they face and to offer appropriate solutions for their future. While helping our customers stay agile and harmonious for the growth and development of their business, we also provide them with supportive solutions for the effects of today’s and tomorrow’s trends, such as consolidation, digitalization, and sustainability.”
Visitors to the fair met with Cargill’s digital experts to get information on how Cargill uses new technologies and how big data can be used to make its customers more successful in the market. Reveal NIR, Notox Mycotoxin Risk Management Platform, TechBroFlex, and Intella were among the services and solutions Cargill introduced in VIV Turkey Fair.

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