Cargill entered the Central American region in 1969 with a 51% stake in an animal feed business in Honduras (ALCON). Today Cargill is a regional market leader. In 1975, Cargill entered the refrigerated foods business when it diversified its feed business into live chicken production, processing and commercialization.
Cargill has continued to expand its business across the Central American region.
In Central America, Cargill has two business units: