Nestlé Purina is teaming up with Cargill to drive regenerative agriculture practices forward, targeting over 200,000 acres of corn and soy farming in the Midwest. This collaboration aims to significantly reduce Purina’s carbon footprint while enhancing soil health. Stewart Derechin from Cargill is optimistic about scaling these practices to 10 million acres by 2030, emphasizing their benefits like improved water quality and greenhouse gas sequestration. Purina anticipates cutting its carbon footprint by up to 40% within three years through this initiative. Both companies are committed to responsible sourcing and supporting farmers in transitioning to sustainable agriculture through programs like RegenConnect.

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