Knorr Provides #1MillionMeals
With the World Food Programme
Raise awareness by pledging your support for zero hunger.
Parents always want to ensure their children have a nutritious, healthy diet. We all know the associated health and development benefits to our children. But what about families who are not even able to consider these benefits and struggle to provide their children with a meal in the first place?
Around one in nine people worldwide, many of them children, do not receive enough food and nutrition to lead a healthy life and build bright futures.
We believe no child should go to bed hungry, and that’s why Knorr is partnering with the World Food Programme on World Food Day, 16th October 2014, to help build a world where nutritious, cooked food is within everyone’s reach. Where every child, regardless of their circumstances, can go to school and eat a nutritious, cooked meal.
On World Food Day, Knorr will donate one million nutritious, cooked meals to school children around the world through WFP, as part of the brand’s commitment to making zero hunger a reality and building a brighter future for children and their communities. For example, in Kenya, smallholder farmers will receive expert support from WFP to help them produce higher yields of better quality crops which can then be provided to local schools. This is just one way Knorr is helping improve the lives of local small-holder farmers around the world.
If you believe in the work Knorr is doing with the World Food Programme, help raise awareness of #1MillionMeals by pledging your support for zero hunger here, and join a like-minded community of people who believe in creating a #BrightFuture for children.
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