The Continental Grain Co., formely named The ContiGroup Companies, Inc., is a privately held agribusiness company involved in integrated pork and poultry production, cattle feeding and aquaculture. Founded in 1813, the Continental Grain Company is headquartered in New York, NY. Incorporated by Simon Fribourg and owned by the Fribourg family, The Continental Grain Company, trades grain worldwide through subsidiaries including ContiAsia and ContiLatin. Through its subsidiary, Wayne Farms and strategic partnerships with Seaboard Corporation, Charoen Pokphand, Overseas Shipholding Group, and Smithfield Foods, The Continental Grain Company's poultry processing operations supplies poultry to restaurant chains, frozen food makers and other retail companies throughout the world. Continental Grain's ContiBeef division runs cattle feeding operations. The Contineental Grain Company's ContiLatin division is involved in a wide range of industrial operations in the United States, the Caribbean and Latin America, including feed and flour milling, poultry production and aquaculture. Its Asian Industries division is involved in a wide range of businesses in China, primarily involving feed milling, animal husbandry and poultry and pork production.
Overview & Corporate Organization
|Formerly Named:||Compagnie Continentale d'Importation|
The ContiGroup Companies, Inc.
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Arlon Capital Partners
Arlon Opportunities Investor
Arlon Asset Management
Wayne Farms, LCC
ContiGroup Companies, Inc
Continental Grain Foundation
Dutch Quality House
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|*||Continental Grain Co. fiscal year end: 12/31|
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Mergers & Acquisitions
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Detailed Business Description: Continental Grain Co.
Continental Grain Company is an agribusiness that operates in the United States and internationally. Formerly known as ContiGroup Companies, Inc, Continental Grain Company mainly operates in the animal feed, flour milling, Livestock Production Support Services, and animal slaughtering and processing industries. Livestock Production Support Services include breeding services, dairy support services, animal boarding services, and shearing services. Most of these services are rendered through the company’s main subsidiaries Arlon, ContiAsia, ContiLatin, Wayne Farms, and Allied Mills. As of 2011 Continental Grain has offices and facilities in 10 countries around the world and maintains a work force of 13,000 people.
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