Whether at home, in restaurants, or on the go – The Kraft Heinz Company is a globally-trusted producer of high-quality foods such as Velveeta, Oscar Meyer, Jell-O, and Weight Watchers. Since the merger of the two once-independent conglomerates took place in 2015, the newly-restructured company prioritized their corporate citizenship and sustainability efforts. Whether it’s promoting socially responsible practices across their supply chain, implementing aggressive environmental standards, improving products, and making impactful advancements in the communities from which they operate, the Kraft Heinz Company wants to establish relationships with stakeholders and customers built-upon trust. Furthermore, to ensure their purchases do not contribute to deforestation, loss of biodiversity, or social issues such as forced labor, child labor, and human trafficking, the company seeks to procure palm oil products in an ethical, transparent, responsible and sustainable manner. Although they use only a small amount of palm oil in their products, they are committed to ensuring that 100 percent of their palm oil is sourced according to responsible and sustainable practices. Additionally, the company places a firm emphasis on the humane treatment of animals raised for food. While they don’t own and operate their own farms, they thoroughly research all their suppliers and expect them to treat animals with care, understanding, and respect. And, finally, through partnerships such as Rise Against Hunger and Feeding America, Kraft Heinz has provided over 2 billion servings of food to those in need. As it’s easy to see, The Kraft Heinz Company is dedicated to the sustainable health of not only their company, but also that of the people they serve and the planet on the whole.