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Response by Cargill

Author: Cargill, Published on: 12 February 2018

Cargill has policies on Labor and Human Rights and Land Rights and requires its suppliers to adhere to the Cargill Supplier Code of Conduct…The report, “Dispossession and Displacement: Strategies for Orinoquia's Development,” relates to an agricultural development investment in Colombia made by a fund managed by Proterra Investment Partners, an asset management firm. Proterra was formerly part of Cargill subsidiary Black River Asset Management. In January and February of 2016, all of Black River's operating entities were spun out into three, independently owned firms, and Black River was closed. Cargill has no ownership positions in the three new firms.

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This is a response from the following companies: Cargill