Big Food has big problems, Oxfam says in report

02/27/2013 | BrandChannel.com

All of the world's biggest food producers get failing grades in an environmental and social scorecard produced by Oxfam. "None of the 10 biggest food and beverage companies are moving fast enough to turn around a 100-year legacy of relying on cheap land and labor to make mass products at huge profits, with unacceptably high social and environmental costs," says Jeremy Hobbs, executive director of Oxfam International.

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