Forbes And JUST Capital Release JUST 100 Ranking Of America's Most Just Companies
General Mills ranked #61 out of 875 companies total, also placing the company on the Just 100 list, and ranked #3 out of 34 in the food and beverage industry.
General Mills scored highest in Communities, based on charitable contributions, work at the origin-level in sustainable sourcing and the company's human rights program.
Forbes, in partnership with JUST Capital, released today the JUST 100 list, a ranking of the largest publicly traded U.S. corporations on worker pay and treatment, customer respect, product quality, environmental impact and other priorities of the American public. The rankings provide a comprehensive measurement of how U.S. companies perform on the issues Americans care about most.
“This year’s list of America’s Most JUST Companies serves as a report card for corporate America, providing unbiased data about how corporations are performing on the issues Americans care most about,” said Forbes Chief Content Officer Randall Lane. “At a time when corporate America, as a whole, faces low public approval, the companies in this list provide an example for their peers on how to win back the trust of the American people.”