Corn Products International to change its name to Ingredion

Corn Products International to change its name to Ingredion

The name change is pending shareholder approval at its annual meeting in May.

Corn Products International, Inc. (NYSE:CPO), a leading global provider of ingredient solutions to diversified industries, today announced that it intends to change its name to Ingredion pending shareholder approval at its annual meeting in May.

The new name better reflects the company's position as a leading supplier of starch and sweetener ingredients to a range of industries, including packaged food, beverage and brewing. 

"We are very excited to announce our new name and identity.  Ingredion doesn't represent a change in strategy or a change in the strong business model that we've built.  It does, however, better reflect the diversity and growth of our product offerings and is more representative of the stronger, more global company we have become.  We have been and will always strive to be an innovative, customer-focused company and our new name and identity support this position," said Ilene Gordon, chairman, president and chief executive officer.

"Over the past 106 years, our company has built a reputation for providing quality ingredients, and we are confident that we will continue this legacy and build on it in the years to come," Gordon added.

The new name is subject to shareholder approval, and a proposal to approve the change will be included in the company's proxy statement for its annual meeting in May, which will be released in early April.

About the Company
Corn Products International, Inc. is a leading global ingredient provider to the food, beverage, brewing and pharmaceutical industries as well as numerous industrial sectors.  The Company produces ingredients that provide valuable solutions to customers in approximately 50 countries.  For more information, visit www.cornproducts.com.

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