For 200 years, Bunge has fed the world by connecting people, markets, countries and continents.
Every day, our colleagues work at hundreds of facilities in small towns and big cities around the world to deliver quality food to a growing global population.
As part of Bunge’s bicentennial, we are celebrating our rich and varied cultures with a Food Festival that links our teams in different parts of the world to learn more about each other and the locations where we work through the lens of food. The Food Festival celebrates the cultural diversity that makes Bunge unique while identifying the similarities in our operations around the world.
See how we connect in the map below. Each country in which Bunge operates is marked with a pin, and is paired with a "sister country." Click on the pins to see links to photos and videos from the paired countries as we celebrate each other and our work through food!
Check out the video below to see highlights from our global Food Festival celebrations.
Featured moment: Radio jingles in Brazil
Did you know that some of the most well-known singers and composers in Brazilian popular music sang radio jingles for Bunge? Dolores Duran, Dircinha Batista, Elizeth Cardoso and Linda Batista, who were popular in Brazil during the 1930s-1950s, sang jingles for Bunge products including margarine and vegetable oil brands. Click below to listen to the jingles!