We are pleased to announce the addition of Commodity & Ingredient Hedging, LLC to Growth Energy. Commodity & Ingredient Hedging is a technology-based risk management firm that provides education and customized price risk management services to businesses affected by volatility in the agriculture commodities markets.

“As industry leaders in technology and risk management, CIH recognizes the value in partnering with an organization like Growth Energy,” said Patrick Gregory, President of Commodity & Ingredient Hedging. “After attending the Executive Leadership Conference and learning about all the great things the organization is working on, we are thrilled and proud to be joining Growth Energy.”

Please join the us in giving Commodity & Ingredient Hedging a warm welcome! Learn more about their company at https://www.cihedging.com/.

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