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Facts About The Mosaic Company

Company and Operations

  • Mosaic is the world’s largest combined producer of potash and phosphates, two vital plant nutrients.
  • We’ve been a publicly traded company since 2004 (NYSE: MOS), and today we are a Fortune 500 company.
  • We have 26.6 million tonnes of operational capacity for finished concentrated phosphate and potash production.
    • We are the largest producer of finished concentrated phosphates in the world with 16.1 million tonnes of operational capacity.
    • We are among the world’s largest producers of potash with 10.5 million tonnes of operational capacity.
  • We have more than 12,000 people working to serve agricultural customers in approximately 40 countries around the world.
  • We ended 2018 with a record safety performance of 0.5 RIFR.
  • Our largest centers of operation are in Central Florida and Brazil, where we mine and process phosphates, and in Saskatchewan, where we produce potash. Our headquarters are in Plymouth, Minnesota.
  • We are growing globally with joint ventures in Saudi Arabia and Peru.
  • Learn more about Mosaic in our State of the Business Report.

Sustainability and Social Responsibility

  • We’re responsible corporate citizens. We keep our promises from mine to market. View awards and recognition for our efforts.
  • Companywide, Mosaic achieved reductions of 13.9% in GHG emissions, 12.1% in energy use and 8.9% in freshwater use since 2012.
  • We support and promote the 4R Nutrient Stewardship framework to achieve the agricultural benefits of fertilizer and reduce crop nutrient loss to the environment. Since 2015, Mosaic has helped implement 4R management practices on more than 6 million acres of farm land.
  • We conduct more than 2,000 crop nutrition research and development trials with researchers, universities and growers in the United States, Canada, Brazil, China, India, Northern Latin America (Mexico to Peru), Argentina and Chile.
  • We conduct acre-for-acre reclamation of phosphate mined lands for use by wildlife and people.

Read more about Mosaic and our sustainability efforts.