We are a unique community of leading agricultural businesses operating across the entire food supply chain.
We have a detailed understanding of agriculture’s importance in our world and the desire to change it for the better has been a core philosophy of our business for over 30 years.
Through a number of business groups operating across the agricultural supply chain, we focus on responsible food production by prioritising three activities.
AB Agri is the agricultural division of ABF, a diversified, international food, ingredients and retail group with sales of £15.4bn and over 130,000 employees in 50 countries. AB Agri operates internationally through six key business groups.
Offering pioneering products and technical services to the global animal feed industry, our animal nutrition technology business, AB Vista, is headquartered in the UK and employs 190 staff across a worldwide network of offices.
AB Connect's role is to help farmers, producers and businesses all along the UK food and farming supply chain by offering nutrition and feed manufacture expertise through a range of businesses.
Operating in China since 1996, with around 1000 employees our AB Agri China business has operations across the North East, Central and Eastern regions of China providing a range of animal nutrition services to the market.
Frontier is the UK’s leading player in grain merchanting and crop inputs with strategic relationships with leading food, biofuel, and feed businesses. Offering risk management & leading crop nutrition expertise into the UK’s increasingly volatile arable supply chains.
The main purpose of our ‘New Ventures’ arm is to accelerate growth by providing dedicated resource and focus whilst providing access to AB Agri’s global assets and expertise.
Speciality Nutrition supplies value added nutrition solutions to integrators, livestock farmers, pet owners and their feed suppliers.
"I think what is at the heart of the AB Agri culture is people really believe in what they're doing, they believe in the importance of safe food production."