Kraft Foods: Rules Of Code Of Conduct

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The Global Compact Principles that we are going to use for our Business Submission are the principle 1 and principle 7. Principle 1 states that, Businesses should support and respect the protection of internationally proclaimed human rights while Principle 7 states that, Businesses should support a precautionary approach to environmental challenges. Recommendation 1: 10 Rules of Code of Conduct As we all know, Kraft Foods Group is the largest packaged food and beverages company in the world. “In year 2012, Kraft Foods had been awarded as a perfect score of 100 on its 2012 Corporate Equality Index which is recognized by the Human Rights Campaign (HRC) and named Kraft to its “Best Places to Work” list” (HRC gives perfect score 2014). From…show more content…
As a result, we had corporate with the most trustworthy business partners such as the projects of The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation and Deutsche Gesellschaft für Technische Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GTZ) to help improve lives of farmers and their families. Besides, we took part in certain of the charitable endeavors by take in hand on malnutrition, hunger and emergency responses to natural disasters. Our partnerships have been working hard to give families a hand up rather than a handout (Community involvement 2014). Therefore, we decide to work with non-profit organizations by given a better food, nutrition education and physical activity to create lasting change. Furthermore, we collaborate with the American Red Cross to help and support the victims of natural disasters such as tornadoes, floods and earthquakes. Our employees are willing to contribute in through donations and volunteering in their…show more content…
According to Thomas Ingermann, Director Safety and Environment for Kraft International Manufacturing, “Now, we can better measure how much we care about the environment and at the same time leverage these efforts to enhance our business” (Taking care environment 2014). There are 2.5 million cashews farmers in Africa which representing around 40 percent of the global market of raw nuts but there is merely 5% of cashews which are shelled in Africa with the balance shelled in India and Vietnam and then re-exported to consuming market caused productivity decreasing and inefficiencies of supply chain that destroy the operation of the sector (Preserving flavor future 2014). We took part in a project with the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to improve the livelihoods of cashew farmers in Africa and provide the training session towards the producers and connect them with the local processing facilities. Incentives will be given through promoting the value of by-products for local processors by increasing the capacity and create jobs to the employees. Employees will feel relieved to work with us. Besides, the problem of the poverty that has been troublesome over the years might be reduced and a sustainable supply of cashews can be produced for our

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