MINNEAPOLIS, Feb. 12, 2024 /CNW/ – Ceres Global Ag Corp. (TSX:CRP) (“Ceres” or the “Corporation”) a global agricultural, energy and industrial products merchandising and supply chain company, today announced that on November 3, 2023, the Corporation entered into an exclusive agreement with Grupo Trimex (“Trimex”), Mexico’s largest flour miller, to collaboratively develop and execute regenerative agriculture initiatives.

The partnership between Ceres and Trimex aims to deliver transformative outcomes and enhance grower performance and environmental sustainability. The primary focus of the collaboration is the adoption of innovative agronomic practices and technologies that deliver positive outcomes at the farm gate, while reducing greenhouse gas emissions and positively impacting other sustainability indicators such as biodiversity and water quality. The collaboration will expand these programs across Canadian and U.S. hard red spring wheat supply sheds.

“This partnership with Trimex marks a significant step forward in our core long-term priority of developing regenerative agriculture and supply chain solutions,” said Carlos Paz, President and CEO of Ceres. “We believe that regenerative agriculture is an integral part of addressing climate change and creating positive outcomes for both our farmer partners and our planet. Together with Trimex, we are well-positioned to foster more efficient growing practices and continue to offer tailored solutions to strategic customers.”

“Wheat growers across the U.S. northern plains and the Canadian prairies have been among the quickest to adopt practices like zero till and diverse crop rotations to support soil health and improve outcomes on their farms,” added Jeff Wildeman, Managing Director at Ceres. “We are excited to work collaboratively with growers and Trimex in accelerating this continuous journey of improvement. Working together to identify local, scalable solutions that deliver value to the grower and create positive environmental outcomes is core to our work.”

Mar Gutiérrez, Sustainability and Social Impact Manager at Grupo Trimex commented, “Consumers are looking for increased transparency across the supply chain as they seek to understand how their food is produced. Through this collaboration with Ceres, we want to shine a light on the great work that wheat growers in the northern plains are already doing when it comes to sustainable production. Just as importantly, we want to work with growers in the adoption of new practices on their farms. These practices …

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