With these efforts, the company aims to bring nutritious food closer to the community with the aim of providing Salvadorans with high-quality protein.courtesy
Accomplishing the goal “We nourish your world so that it fills your world with happiness”, the Corporation Multi Inversiones (CMI) made a significant donation to El Salvador’s food bank . The donation included 3,357 bags of food, including approximately 9,950 pounds of cooked chicken. Created by CMI Alimentos.
The donation was divided into two batches, with the first batch in early May providing more than 1,680 bags and the second batch in mid-May providing 1,677 bags, for a total of 3,357 bags. It will be distributed by the Salvadoran Food Bank and will benefit 20 social organizations that are part of a care program that affects the lives of 20,142 Salvadorans in vulnerable situations.
“Inspired by our purpose, ‘we feed your world, we feed your world with happiness’, at CMI Alimentos we are committed to the food security of the countries in which we operate. We are committed and this is embodied in community support and development activities like this food donation,” commented Fatima Pereira, Director of Corporate Affairs and Sustainability at CMI Alimentos.
With these efforts, the company aims to bring nutritious food closer to the community with the aim of providing Salvadorans with high-quality protein. “Since its inception in 2013, the Salvadoran Food Bank has worked to minimize hunger and improve the quality of life of impoverished Salvadoran households. ,
We are committed to ensuring access to safe, nutritious and diverse food for vulnerable communities in the country,” said María Inés Olivarez, general director of Bank of El Salvador.
The donation joins Guatemala’s CMI Alimentos, in partnership with its social sector, the Juan Bautista Gutierrez Foundation, providing approximately 8,000 bags, benefiting approximately 4,100 households in Totónicapan Department.
In this way, CMI Alimentos promotes food security in the countries in which it operates through programs that promote sustainable development and have a positive impact on individuals, families and communities.
CMI creates over 40,000 direct jobs in the regions where it is located, of which approximately 8,000 are in El Salvador. Major domestic brands include Polo Campelo, Don Polo, Polo Indio, Toledo, Pasta Ina, Pasta Fama, Molinos Modernos, Del Comal, Alianza, Gama, Can Can and others.