The Corporate Profile score summarizes companies’ performance across all seven Categories of the Corporate Profile methodology in terms of their response to obesity, diet-related chronic diseases as well as undernutrition. Companies with a low rank and score make little if any information about their nutrition policies and practices publicly available and had minimal or no engagement in the research process. Companies with a higher rank and score typically publish more information, engaged in the research process and have stronger nutrition commitments and practices.
The sub-ranking ‘Nutrition General’ reflects companies’ efforts to deliver healthy food choices and responsibly influence all consumer’s behavior. The sub-ranking ‘Undernutrition’ reflects companies’ additional efforts to tackle undernutrition specifically – either by fortifying their products with micronutrients otherwise deficient in the diet of specific populations and/or funding or delivering other initiatives to address undernutrition.
The Access to Nutrition Index rates food and beverage manufacturers´ nutrition-related policies, practices and disclosures worldwide on a recurring basis.
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