Edited by Anders Örtenblad
Chapter 8: Corporate social responsibility in the food processing industry
The relationship between the consumer and food is personal and defined by cultural and social norms such that the application of CSR in the food processing industry is unique. In no other industry is the consumer as intimately related to the product, except perhaps in health. This chapter examines the role of CSR in the food processing industry against this backdrop and in a range of countries and regions of the world, reflecting on the special demands on the industry and possible responses based on CSR theory.
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