Cargill and Continental Grain discuss concessions with Justice Department over Sanderson chicken deal

The Ministry of Justice is discussing with Cargill and Continental Grain Co. of potential concessions that could pave the way for the acquisition of a poultry processor Sanderson Farms according to people familiar with the matter.

Discussions with the government are about how farmers and factory workers are paid, the people said. Cargill, an agribusiness giant with meat, grain and food ingredient businesses, and Continental, an agricultural investment firm, agreed in August 2021 to acquire Sanderson for $4.5 billion.


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