Thursday, February 2nd, 2012 - Viterra
ADELAIDE, AUSTRALIA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- Feb 02, 2012 -- On January 18, 2012, Viterra Inc. (the Company) (TSX: VT) (ASX: VTA) declared a cash dividend of seven and one half cents Canadian (C$0.075) per share payable twice each year to holders of Viterra's common shares, which trade on the Toronto Stock Exchange and to holders of CHESS depositary instruments (CDIs), which trade on the Australian Securities Exchange under the symbol VTA.

For holders of CDIs, the dividend is payable in Australian dollars (A$), which has been calculated based on C$0.075 per share multiplied by the Bank of Canada Noon Rate (Eastern Standard Time) which prevailed on January 30, 2012. The exchange rate was A$0.9414 per C$1.0000 which translates into a dividend payment of A$0.0706 per CDI. The dividend is payable on February 22, 2012 to all CDI holders of record on January 30, 2012.

For more information, CDI holders may contact Computershare at 1300 820 796.

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Viterra provides premium quality ingredients to leading global food manufacturers. Headquartered in Canada, the global agri-business has extensive operations across Canada, the United States, Australia and New Zealand, as well as a growing international presence that extends to offices in Japan, Singapore, China, Vietnam, Switzerland, Italy, Ukraine, Germany, Spain and India. Driven by an entrepreneurial spirit, Viterra operates three distinct business segments: Grain Handling and Marketing, Agri-products and Processing. Viterra's expertise, close relationships with producers and superior logistical assets allow the company to consistently meet the needs of the most discerning end-use customers, helping to fulfill nutritional needs around the world.

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Viterra Inc.
Lavonne Zdunich, CA
Director Investor Relations
+1 (403) 718-6254
www.viterra.com
Viterra Inc.: Lavonne Zdunich, CA Director Investor Relations
P: +1 (403) 718-6254
W: www.viterra.com

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