Cargill is a multinational corporation that focuses on agricultural services, crop and livestock, raw materials, and health and pharmaceuticals. Most of their business focuses on purchasing and distributing grain, palm oil, energy trade, and steel. It is a family-owned business headquartered in Minnetonka, Minnesota, and founded in 1865. It operates in over 60 countries, has about 150,000 employees, and is responsible for about a quarter of all United States grain exports. Additionally, it also supplies about a quarter of the domestic meat market.
Largest U.S. companies
United Healthcare Group was the largest health insurance company in 2018, while SC Johnson was the largest private household and personal care product company. United Healthcare is also headquartered in Minnetonka, Minnesota, while SC Johnson is headquartered in Racine, Wisconsin. United Healthcare is not only the largest health insurance company in the United States, but also worldwide. Furthermore, SC Johnson is one of the oldest family-owned companies in the country, and currently over owns over 20 brands.