“4” Smiles,- Reduce Tears from Hunger
Unilever Knorr/Caterplan leaving Russia due to Ethical Reason ( & Swiss Nestle,…. ?? )
Suspends all Imports & Exports of Russia
5 Million Euro in Food Aid to Ukraine People, 8. February 2022
,…. Best know by all professional and home cooking Chefs all over the world,– top sponsor to many Culinary Events globally reacts on the sad and deadly events in Ukraine and on the Ukraine innocent people the past 3 weeks. Unilever stands with the people in an “ Ethical – Humanitarian Way “. Ensures to be part and supportive of Freedom, Peace and Positive – Sustainable Development in the World 2022. A big step for UNILEVER against Russia which Unilever even in the dark old days never enforced in and on Myanmar for consumer goods. A big step for UNILEVER against Russia which Unilever even in the dark old days never enforced in and on Myanmar for consumer goods as we all remember in the late 90ies – but all Culinary Events in Myanmar we sanctioned and boycotted by UNILEVER – Knorr Caterplan these days, all Culinary Events sanctioned.
It copies like the “ Ethical Code of Good Conduct @ World Chefs “
It can be seen as a very clear message in, at and for the Global Culinary World to stand for and ensure Peace, Freedom, Fairness, Ethical Business and ensure a “ Good Ethical Code of Conduct “ ( as also World Chefs requires all and each World Chefs member to stand for, fulfill and promote since Years. “ We All Signed For at World Chefs ). FREE ZONE Myanmar 9.3.2022
Food and consumer goods giant Unilever suspends all imports and exports of products to Russia. From CNN’s Robert North
Unilever’s logo is seen in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on February 8.Unilever’s logo is seen in Rotterdam, Netherlands, on February 8. (Peter Boer/Bloomberg via Getty Images)
Unilever has suspended all imports and exports of its products to Russia is stopping all investment in the country.
The food and consumer goods giant, which owns household-name brands including Ben & Jerry’s and Dove, will also cease all media and advertising spending in Russia and says it will not profit from its presence in Russia.
In a statement the firm said “We will continue to supply our everyday essential food and hygiene products made in Russia to people in the country. We will keep this under close review.” It added “We join calls for an end to this war and hope that peace, human rights, and the international rule of law will prevail.”
Speaking about its operations in Ukraine, Unilever said “Our business operations in Ukraine have stopped and we are now fully focused on ensuring the safety of our Ukrainian employees and their families, including helping with their evacuation where necessary, and providing additional financial support. We have also committed to donate €5m of essential Unilever products to the humanitarian relief effort.”