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Food Industry Recognized for Corporate Social ResponsibilityFood Industry Recognized for Corporate Social Responsibility

April 15, 2013

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Food Industry Recognized for Corporate Social Responsibility

PHILADELPHIAThe food industry was well-represented in a list recognizing companies who demonstrate corporate social responsibility (CSR), accountability and transparency.

Campbell Soup Co., Coco-Cola, Hormel Foods Corp., General Mills, Inc., Monsanto Co., Starbucks Corp. and Pepsico are among the top 50 companies named in Corporate Responsibility Magazine's list of "100 Best Corporate Citizens 2013."

The magazine's Ranking and Rating Committee evaluates companies based on seven categories: climate change, employee relations, environment, financial, governance, human rights and philanthropy. "By advancing accountability and transparency through this research we empower those closest to these companies to make better decisions and ultimately judge these companies and their behaviors. In that way, we move us all closer to a world where everyone has the information they need and markets function more effectively."

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Click here to review the publication's methodology.

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