Mary Jane Melendez

Why General Mills Want Supply Chains to Become Regenerative Stewards of the Environment

By Matt Mace, Edie.net
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Faced with a growing global population and strains on depleted natural resources, US food producer General Mills plans to equip its supply chain farmers with the knowledge and tools to move from practices that mitigate environmental degradation to regenerative approaches.

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General Mills: The Power of Food for Good

By the General Mills Foundation
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General Mills Serves the World by Making Food People Love. But that’s not the only way we serve. We serve by harnessing the power of food for good. Learn more in this video.

Partnering for Purpose: A Q&A With General Mills Foundation

BY WORLD FOOD PROGRAM USA
Blog

Across the world, 821 million people are hungry – including millions of children. Nearly half of all deaths in children under the age of five are attributable to undernutrition. This means we unnecessarily lose about 3 million young lives each year. It’s tragic and unacceptable.

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