Cargill and Bunge shipped the most Brazilian soy beans last year

Commodity traders Cargill and Bunge accounted for most of Brazil's soy bean and grain exports in 2019.

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The two big commodity traders, Cargill and Bunge, were the largest shippers of Brazilian soy beans and grains in 2019, show data from maritime agency Gargonave, reports Reuters.

Cargill was the largest shipper of Brazilian soy, having hauled 11.04 million tons of the beans, while rival Bunge followed on its heels with 9.09 million tons. ADM came in third place with Dreyfus in hot pursuit.

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