Stories from companies

Stories from companies that are signed up to the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge. How are they  living up to their ambitions on the Zero Hunger Pledge?

Disclaimer: The stories are drawn from information submitted by companies that have signed up for the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge. The information has not been independently verified by the implementing organisations or other third parties. The information contained in this document does not constitute any form of endorsement or due diligence clearance by the implementing organisations. It is intended for illustrative purposes only.

Stories from companies

PepsiCo Inc.
The PepsiCo Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge includes investment in sustainable agriculture and food security initiatives.
Nutriset Group
To address the prevailing global food crises, the Nutriset Group and the PlumpyField Network are designing additional partnerships to prevent malnutrition and save lives.
Nasinya Dairy Company
Nasinya Dairy is dedicated to empowering women and providing them with income-generating opportunities.
ColdHubs offers modular, walk-in, off-grid, solar-powered cold stations for food storage and preservation, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The Rabobank & the Rabo Foundation
The concessional lending provided by the Rabo Foundation enabled Solok Radjo, a ‘koperasi’ (cooperative) of 100 coffee farmers secure working capital and technical assistance to reinvent itself.
Arla Food Ingredients
Repurposing whey side-streams for an affordable, nutrient-rich drink.
AACE Foods
AACE Foods is implementing the Zero Hunger Private Sector Pledge by expanding business with smallholder farmers of cereals, grain, herbs, and vegetables.
350 Côte d’Ivoire
Cote d'Ivoire
350 Côte d’Ivoire provides environmental education on reusing, recycling, and the selective sorting of plastic waste.

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