February 1, 2021
Doing Good Despite Adversity
The pandemic and growing attention to social inequality presented opportunities to address important corporate social responsibility (CSR) topics, such as a growing hunger crisis and the critical role of food industry workers, in an unprecedented environment. Leaders throughout food production addressed these issues head-on and shared progress on the steps they have taken. Last year, The Intel Distillery tracked an escalation of purposedriven efforts, new partnerships and top-down moves that defined how food brands are looking to the future.
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Evolution of CSR in Food Marketing
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