While the world produces more than enough food to feed everyone, one in eight people on the planet goes to bed hungry every night. Sadly, the vast majority of the world’s hungry people work in food production as farmers or farm workers, growing the ingredients for the very supply chain that is failing them.

While the food system is complex and its problems multifaceted, we know that the world’s largest food and beverage companies have enormous influence. Their policies drive how food is produced, the way resources are used and the extent to which the benefits trickle down to the marginalised ...


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