Company’s efforts to feed the hungry continue to grow
Yum! Brands Inc. recently marked the fifth year of its World Hunger Relief program, and aims to raise more than $25 million this year. Through volunteering, a public relations campaign and soliciting donations worldwide, the Louisville, Ky.-based parent of more than 38,000 KFC, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut restaurants has become the largest private-sector donor to the United Nations’ World Food Programme via World Hunger Relief, said Jonathan Blum, Yum senior vice president and chief ...
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