Mondelez India commits to donating 71 tons of
Biscuits and Chocolates
News Desk, News Nation 360: A sensitive period during which food security has become a major concern, Mondelez India, the makers of some of India’s favourite snacking brands – Cadbury Dairy Milk, Bournvita and Oreo, today extended their support to India’s fight against COVID-19 crisis by committing to contribute 360,000 units of biscuits and 2.3 million units of chocolates to India FoodBanking Network across 12 major cities in India. This association will aid in strengthening various feeding programs through our products which are easy to share and consume. Over and above the company efforts, Mondelez India employees generously contributed towards the cause to support Akshay Patra Foundation which facilitated around 100,000 meals and will continue to do so through the month of April 2020. Mondelez India spokesperson told, they at Mondelez India strongly believe in the power of purpose and are committed to supporting the nation by ensuring a resilient food security ecosystem at all times. They hope that this initial support through their partnerships with India FoodBanking Network and Akshaya Patra Foundation will aid the relief programs in a small yet significant way. As they move forward, they will continue to work closely with the government to take the right steps towards sustaining the livelihoods of communities across the country. Battling the biggest fight of the century alongside the Maharashtra government and filling the demand gaps for health care products, the company also donated 100,000 masks and close to 225 litres of sanitizers in Mumbai to support the front-line members including hospital staff and the police. Apart from this, the company extended support to local authorities around their factory locations by donating 1800 relief kits consisting of critical masks and sanitizers and some snack products like chocolates, biscuits and Tang in Himachal Pradesh, Madhya Pradesh, Andhra Pradesh and Maharashtra.
Report: Anustup Kundu