|Organisations||ATNI, Access To Nutrition Initiative|
Malnutrition is prevalent throughout many supply chain workforces – and companies hold the key to making a meaningful difference.
In a world where one in three people are malnourished and food insecurity is once again on the rise, it is imperative that every actor with the power and resources to do so plays a part in addressing this crisis. This includes the private sector: not only food-related companies, but all companies whose products (and, therefore, profits) rely on the labor of those who may be experiencing malnutrition and/or food insecurity. Workforce nutrition programs in supply chains therefore represent an important opportunity for companies to make a meaningful difference to tackling the malnutrition crisis.