BBC travels to Minnesota to interview Cargill chief

The global news network brought questions from its audience about food security, developing nations, the environment and other issues to Chairman and CEO Greg Page at the company's headquarters.
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The global news network brought questions from its audience about food security, developing nations, the environment and other issues to Chairman and CEO Greg Page at the company's headquarters.

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