New Report on Business Role in Achieving Food Security

New Report on Business Role in Achieving Food Security

Food insecurity affects more than 800 million people worldwide. Our newest publication showcases how businesses are working to lead society towards a food secure future.

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Monday, July 27, 2015 - 9:00am

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Producing twice as much food for 9 billion people by 2050, while combating hunger and poverty and optimizing available land and finite resources, is one of the greatest and most urgent challenges we face. 

At the U.S. Chamber Foundation Corporate Citizenship Center, we showcase how companies are on the forefront of tackling the food security crisis that stimulates economic growth, creates jobs, drives business performance and competitiveness, and enables thriving healthy ecosystems we depend on. 

In our newest case study report, Achieving Food Security: Private Sector Leading the Way Toward a Food-Secure Future, we highlight leading businesses and other organizations that are working towards a future in which all people have access to abundant, nutritious, safe, and affordable food, while minimizing negative environmental impacts. The report includes chapters on:

  • Agricultural Productivity
  • Economic Empowerment
  • Food Waste and Packaging
  • Hunger and Nutrition
  • Sustainable Agriculture

Access the report to see how companies are making food security a priority.

This case study is the second in a series of 2015 publications by the CCC. Explore our case study publications.

This project was made possible with through the support of CCC's Food Security network, which includes Amway, The Dow Chemical Company, DSM-North America, and Sealed Air.