Mosaic News

Mosaic Recognized for 7th Year in a Row by Corporate Responsibility Magazine

For the seventh year in a row, Mosaic’s sustainability efforts and achievements have led to inclusion on the “100 Best Corporate Citizens” list. This year Mosaic is No. 37 on the Corporate Responsibility Magazine’s “100 Best” list which ranks corporate responsibility based on publicly available information. Mosaic is the only crop nutrition company to be […]

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Arcadia to build $7 million arena

A $7 million, 7,746-seat covered rodeo arena will soon be built in rural Arcadia, an hour’s drive from Fort Myers. The facility, to be built on a new site adjacent to Turner Agri-Civic Center, is expected to be completed by mid-2017, said Katherine Marks, executive director of the nonprofit Arcadia All Florida Championship Rodeo Association. The […]

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The Mosaic Company Achieves Recognition as a World Leader on CDP’s 2015 Climate A List

Mosaic is among 113 companies recognized as global leaders in environmental performance and climate action PLYMOUTH, MN, November 5, 2015 — For the third consecutive year, The Mosaic Company (NYSE: MOS) has achieved recognition from the international non-profit, CDP, for demonstrating measurable action and strategies to reduce greenhouse emissions (GHGs) and mitigate climate-related business risks. […]

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Mosaic makes United Way Suncoast’s 100 Most Generous Workplaces 2015

In October, 2015, United Way Suncoast released its annual 100 Most Generous Workplaces in the Suncoast region (DeSoto, Hillsborough, Pinellas and Sarasota counties) for 2015–and Mosaic made the list! Roughly 800 Suncoast-area workplaces partner with United Way. These Top 100 companies  serve as role models for corporate social responsibility. The Top 100 was determined by […]

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Palmetto forum explores roots of hunger in Florida

PALMETTO — One out of every four Florida children are not sure where their next meal is coming from. But Florida’s agriculture commission said Thursday that these hungry children are not suffering in a state lacking food but in a state that hasn’t figured out exactly how to help kids get the food they need. […]

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