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Kent Corporation

 

Turning Science into Solutions

Gage Allison Kent understood the value of collaborative relationships and believed passionately that honesty and consistent quality would yield success. With these guiding principles he opened his doors for business in 1927 in the animal feeds industry.

Almost a century later, the business that carries his name, Kent Corporation, is a strong group of companies still owned by the Kent family. The people at Kent have a passion for turning nutritional science into nutritional solutions.

Today, as back then, the values and work ethic of the agricultural community drive that passion. Grain Processing Corporation, Kent Nutrition Group, Kent Precision Foods Group, and Kent Pet Group, continue to grow with the pioneering spirit of their founder. The companies’ growth is due to advancements and product offerings in food products, food and beverage ingredients, pharmaceutical and personal care applications, industrial products, animal nutrition and companion animal products.

A passion for innovation continues to drive success at Kent through product development, stringent quality standards, and research-based solutions, all leveraging shared expertise across the company. Kent Corporation employees understand that successful customers, now in many countries worldwide, value doing business with Kent; thus, turning their passion into purpose.

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