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In 1903, Kraft was part of a single community. That was Chicago, and J.L. Kraft had just started his own business - selling cheese to local grocers from his horse-drawn wagon. Today, we are part of hundreds of communities around the world, and we're making a difference, one community at a time.
For a business to be successful in the long term it has to create value, not only for its shareholders but also for society. We call this Creating Shared Value. It is not philanthropy or an add-on, but a fundamental part of our business strategy.
To grow the best snacks on earth, we have to strive to help protect the earth. That's why, since 1999, we have reduced our use of water by 39%, natural gas by 30%, and electricity by 22% for each bag of snacks we make. We also have dedicated Green Teams at all of our manufacturing facilities who are focused on finding ways to optimize our operations and reduce our consumption of resources.
We choose to be different from those corporations where many levels of management dilute personal responsiblity. All associates are asked to take direct responsibility for results, to exercise initiative and judgment and to make decisions as required. By recruiting ethical people well suited to their jobs and trusting them, we ask associates to be accountable for their own high standards.
We, Daewoo International Corporation, are executing diverse activities contributing to society as one of the ways to practice business ethics. While spreading the culture of sharing and practicing through voluntary activities of our members, We, as a leading runner of global businesses, are striving to go beyond the basics of ethical business practices and embrace our responsibility to both local...
Sara Lee's commitment to the community is inspired by our employees, our history and our industry. We provide monetary support to selected nonprofit organizations through the Sara Lee Foundation, make product donations through America's Second Harvest, and encourage our employees to volunteer their time and talents in the community. In addition, we support the full breadth of our employe...
At The Hershey Company, we're committed to making a difference in the communities where we live, work and do business. This commitment dates to the earliest years of our company and is a vital part both of our heritage and of who we are today.
Company co-founder Ben Cohen once said, 'Business has a responsibility to New Orleans Franchisee Project give back to the community.' Not only did that sentence make a good bumper sticker; it has inspired us over the years to think carefully about the many communities where we have a presence - and the meaningful ways we can make a contribution to their quality of life.
Cadbury's Dairy Milk chocolate bars will carry the Fairtrade moniker in the U.K. from this week as the world’s largest confectionary company seeks to draw consumers wanting to purchase ethically sourced products. The candy maker will pay e...
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South Korean ship building giant Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering has announced that it is aiming to generate a third of its sales from wind power by 2020 as global demand for alternative energy continues to climb.
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On a global front of buying cocoa for its popular chocolate products that include M&M’s, Snickers, 3 Musketeers, Dove and Milky Way, the private family-owned business has embarked on an ambitious goal of buying only 100 percent certified su...
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Members of the Beverage Industry Environmental Roundtable (BIER) have completed a set of protocols that incorporate both enterprise inventory and product carbon footprinting approaches for the whole industry.
The FDA today notified 17 food manufacturers about 22 food products that violate law because of misleading labeling. Companies that received warning letters have 15 business days to inform the FDA of the steps they will take to correct their labeling...
Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering Co., a South Korean shipyard, said Tuesday that its U.S. unit has won a deal to provide 10 wind power generators for US$30 million.
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Kraft Foods, the world’s second-largest food company, takes delivery of 2,500 2010 Ford Fusions for its national sales staff
Several national leading brands including Nature Made, Kashi, LeapFrog, and Nestle Purina, are partnering with RecycleBank to show new ways to reward consumers for their environmental actions, while promoting America Recycles Day on November 15. In a...
Employees have created their own grassroots sustainability projects in offices and manufacturing facilities around the world. All-volunteer Kraft Foods "Green Teams" and Cadbury "Green Advocates" are taking steps to integrate sust...
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Kraft Foods is finding alternatives to trucking and making its distribution network more efficient. Since 2005, innovative sustainability projects have saved the company more than 50 million miles (80 million km) in its global transportation and dist...
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