Fighting Hunger CSR News

Reducing Food Waste Through Technology Solutions


Food waste can contribute to the ongoing issue of malnutrition in many countries worldwide, as well as the squandering of valuable natural resources. Slashing food waste is a challenge many businesses are beginning to tackle and successfully doing so can bring significant benefits, both financial and environmental, to producers, retailers, and consumers alike. The Consumer Goods Forum has been providing a platform for shared resources under the auspices of their ‘Resolution on Food Waste’ since 2015.

From Farm to Fork: How Technology Can Help Lift Smallholder Farmers Out of Poverty

Words by Roya Sabri

The world produces enough food to feed every individual, yet almost 690 million people continue to go hungry. The irony is that many of those who are undernourished spend their days growing food for others.

The Baker Hughes Foundation Contributes $150,000 to Global Food Security

Press Release

HOUSTON and LONDON,  May 13, 2021  /3BL Media/ – The Baker Hughes Foundation has announced a $150,000 grant to five organizations that promote food security in local communities. The funds will help the organizations provide food and basic services to meet increased demand prompted by the COVID-19 pandemic.   

A Clear Sign That UK Retailers and Consumer Brands Are Serious About Inspiring Healthier Behaviours


In 2019, members of The Consumer Goods Forum issued a clear call to action for retailers and manufacturers in the UK to come together to help tackle the UK’s growing range of public health issues on both diet and non-diet related issues. The Collaboration for Healthier Lives UK initiative was then born, with members agreeing on a series of in-store interventions across the London boroughs of Lambeth and Southwark, which are home to 600,000 residents and over 200 grocery stores.

Within Our Grasp: Sharman Apt Russell on Childhood Malnutrition

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As Anne Frank wrote in her diary, “hunger is not a problem, it is an obscenity.” This week on Sea Change Radio, we speak to author Sharman Apt Russell about her book entitled Within Our Grasp: Childhood Malnutrition Worldwide and the Revolution Taking Place to End It. We look at some of the areas around the globe plagued by hunger, learn how countries like Brazil and Vietnam have made strides in battling childhood malnutrition and examine how health care professionals and food companies are changing the way they try to tackle this obscenity.

The Ongoing Need to Fight Food Insecurity After the Pandemic

Herbalife Nutrition and Feed the Children stand together to support the world's growing nutrition needs

The pandemic has impacted the world in ways no one could have imagined. Seemingly overnight, global supply chains were disrupted, businesses came to a standstill, and the population grappled with the most significant health crisis in a generation. The pandemic laid bare another global challenge – hunger.

Benefiting Biodiversity & Soil Health

Sustainable Solutions to Nurture Nature

Through close collaboration with growers and other partners, we are committed to balancing the need for crop production with nature conservation and reducing agriculture’s impact on biodiversity. 

Health and Nutrition Remains Important Now More Than Ever

Herbalife Nutrition Foundation provides children and families with the nourishment, care, and education they need to thrive

Good nutrition is about more than just having enough food to eat – Herbalife Nutrition Foundation’s Casa programs provide children and families with the nourishment, care, and education they need to thrive today and spread their wings tomorrow. That’s why they provide millions of dollars in funding each year to orphanages, hospitals, schools, and organizations in over 57 countries.

Employers Bringing Healthy Nutrition to Their Workforce During COVID-19 Uncertainty

New tools launched today by The Consumer Goods Forum and Global Alliance for Improved Nutrition are driving employer action
Press Release

PARIS, April 7, 2021 /3BL Media/ – One in three people worldwide suffers from malnutrition today, making it a massive global concern impacting individuals, businesses, and economies alike – in both developing and developed countries. The health impacts of COVID-19 on workforces are bringing heightened concerns to businesses worldwide. In response, employers around the globe are increasingly investing in the nutritional health of their employees, realising the strong return on investment that comes with a healthy workforce.

Griffith Foods: Proud To Be a Founding Partner Supporting The NOURISH Movement


We are extremely proud to be a founding partner supporting – an incredible coalition of leaders across food, healthcare, and technology, coming together to collaborate and innovate around one mission: empowering human health through food, sustainably.


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