From Farm to Fork: Corporate responsibility in the food and agriculture business

In this series sponsored by General Mills, we’ll explore the many opportunities for food companies to invest in sustainability. From investing in farmer well-being, supporting soil health and organics, through operational efficiency and renewables investments in the factory, through nutrition and customer engagement, food companies touch our world. General Mills demonstrates a comprehensive sustainability program that touches on every part of its supply chain from farm to fork.

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