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Food for Good currently operates in 28 countries across the globe and we are actively seeking partnerships to expand further.

  • Argentina

  • Brazil

  • Chile

  • China

  • Colombia

  • Egypt

  • France

  • Germany

  • Guatemala

  • India

  • Iraq

  • Jordan

  • Lebanon

  • Libya

  • Mexico

  • Nigeria

  • Peru

  • Poland

  • Romania

  • Russia

  • South Africa

  • Spain

  • Thailand

  • Turkey

  • Ukraine

  • United States

  • Venezuela

  • Vietnam

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Food for Good United States (FFG U.S.) is a social enterprise that delivers nutritious meals daily for kids in learning environments including school, afterschool and summer programs. FFG U.S. does this by hiring from the communities we serve to create economic opportunity and improve workforce readiness. Since 2009, FFG U.S. has delivered more than 50 million meals, partnered with more than 50 local partners and created more than 200 jobs.

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    Move for Good is PepsiCo’s largest employee engagement and fundraising program, a six-week step challenge, which converts steps into meals through our partnerships with No Kid Hungry and other hunger-fighting organizations.

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    Since 2019, the PepsiCo Foundation has partnered with CARE to meet the nutritional needs of a growing global population and tackle gender inequality in the agriculture sector. PepsiCo Foundation’s investment in She Feeds the World will aim to provide 5 million female farmers and their families with sustainable agriculture training and economic support to help them increase their crop yields, incomes and access to nutrition locally.

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Nutrition in Action

In 2015, PepsiCo Greater China Region launched the Nutrition in Action program in partnership with China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation and China Nutrition Society. Nutrition in Action provides nutrition education to enhance the nutritional level and health awareness of students in rural areas of China.

  • Pioneer Food’s

    School Breakfast Nutrition
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    Pioneer Foods, a wholly owned subsidiary of PepsiCo, created the Schools Breakfast Nutrition Programme in 2015. It now provides a healthy, nutritious start to the day for more than 30,000 children in 35 schools in some of the most vulnerable communities across 7 provinces in South Africa. The programme complements the Department of Basic Education’s National School Nutrition Programme (NSNP) which currently provides lunch to nearly 10 million students.

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    In 2016, Quaker Qrece was born in Mexico in partnership with Un Kilo de Ayuda, a clinically proven intervention model to help children between 2 and 5 years old overcome mild and moderate malnourishment. In 2021 in partnership with CARE, the program expanded to Guatemala, the country with the second highest rate of malnourishment in Latin America, where 1 out of 2 children is malnourished.

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    Quaker 3 Minutos is an affordable and practical option for all Mexican families looking for nutritious choices at breakfast time. In 2021, the brand announced a new formula, to help Mexican consumers boost their immune system. The new formula now includes iron, zinc, vitamins A, B12 and folic acid, joining the elements that already were included in the classic formula like calcium, vitamins B1, B2 and B3. The combination of these vitamins and minerals with the Quaker Oats super grain, plus a minimum of 150 minutes a week of physical activity, adequate rest, overall good nutrition and stress management, can help maintain a strong immune system.

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Fueled by our nonprofit partners across the globe