Category | Grain Drain

Etsko Schuitema: Intent – Care & Growth

At the core of the crises humanity is facing is the spectacular failure of controls and policies – be that in food management, financial sectors, international relations, governance systems, or even inter-personal relationships. In a world that is becoming fragmented and franchised, more controls are impossible to implement. Yet there is a need of collective […]

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Businesses are increasingly expected to solve social problems with the efficiency technically inherent in business processes. This expectation, coupled with the downsides of a short-term, profit maximizing motive, gave birth to the concept of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR). CSR has caught the fancy of business leaders across the world. In order to live or (show) […]

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Malnutrition In Pakistan: The Hidden Hunger

Pakistan has an alarmingly high level of malnutrition; 24 percent of the population is undernourished. The most recent estimates by the United Nations Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) state that 37.5 million people in Pakistan are not receiving proper nourishment. The issue is complex and widespread, with deficiencies ranging from protein to iodine, along with […]

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The Role of The Food & Beverage Sector in Expanding Economic Opportunity

This report by Harvard University John Kennedy School’s CSR Initiative and FSG Social Impact Advisors reveals that the food & beverage industry plays a unique role in expanding economic opportunity because of its universality to human life and health. The industry operates at multiple levels of society where billions of people grow, transform, and sell […]

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