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PepsiCo

Thursday, November 30, 2017

 

As we know, one of the biggest problems facing the human race is the depletion of resources. Not only is it hard to acquire resources, it is also very difficult to maintain and keep them. Farming is one of business’ main focuses when it comes to preservation. If we are able to maintain probably the most important asset to the human race, then we can progress on solving the other problems that may face society as a whole. PepsiCo is a company that is trying to make that dream into a reality today.

 

PepsiCo is one of the biggest powers within the food industry. From drinks such as Pepsi to delicious breakfast foods like Quakers Oats, they are in every household in the United States. Their power of aiding people with a healthy and fun dietary lifestyle can only be at its best if they are able to make a bigger change that is affecting our lovely planet. The initiative that they have crafted is called “The Sustainable Farming Initiative.” PepsiCo will work with farms of all sizes and provide a way to improve overall growth, improve worker’s human rights, address risks and enhance farmers’ capabilities. They plan on working and improving the initiative each year, and by 2025 they say they will have expanded all PepsiCo farming land (and other programs recognized by the company) to 7 million acres in total.

 

There are many plans being made in order to bring peace and balance to all the problems that may be facing the world. Whether it’s for saving the resources that we needs so dearly or maintaining and improving the respect the everyday worker deserves, there will be a lot of changes that will help to solve the problems that face society. We thank PepsiCo for making their difference in the world.

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