Corporations Need To Assist Feed Households Hurt By Finances Cuts—Starbucks Ceo—Statement

The United States is a nation built on the values of equal opportunity, hard work and self-determination.
That includes more than 13 million children in the U.S. who live in food insecure households.
Across the United States, 42 million people are “food insecure” — meaning that they don’t know with certainty where their next meal will come from, if at all.
Good nutrition is vital for their health and cognitive development, and needed for each child to reach his or her full potential.
It prides itself on the belief that in this land of opportunity any woman, man and child should be able to reach their full potential.

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