Recyclebank Ranks Tops on WSJ List of Venture-Backed Green Companies; General Mills Funds African Food Relief - CSR Minute for November 1, 2012

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Recyclebank Ranks Tops on WSJ List of Venture-Backed Green Companies; General Mills Funds African Food Relief - CSR Minute for November 1, 2012

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Thursday, November 1, 2012 - 11:30am

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Recyclebank has scored the top spot on the Wall Street Journal rating of the Top Ten Venture-Backed Green Companies. Recyclebank rewards people for taking everyday green actions with discounts and deals. This is the third time the company has appeared on the list, and the second time it has topped the rankings.

Partners in Food Solutions, a nonprofit launched by General Mills, is expanding its efforts to relieve hunger in Africa through a renewed public-private partnership with the U.S. Agency for International Development. Under the new agreement, the organization will provide more than $8 million in resources to USAID’s $7 million in funding. General Mills, Cargill, and DSM will also contribute 50,000 hours of expertise from employee volunteers to 250 food processors throughout Eastern and Southern Africa.

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