'Good Spread' is Fighting Global Malnutrition With MANA

 - Oct 23, 2017
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Though many brands devote a percentage of profits to charitable organizations and initiatives, Good Spread is helping consumers to understand exactly the impact that its spreads have on the global hunger crisis. Not only has the company committed to fighting global hunger through donation of a medicinal product called MANA, but each jar of Good Spread comes with a tracking code that connects to an app and allows consumer to see precisely where that jars' corresponding MANA has ended up.

Severe Acure Malnutrition (SAM) is the leading cause of death for nearly 2.6 million children under five every year, killing more than AIDS, tuberculosis, and malaria combined. One of the ways to treat SAM is with ready-to-use therapeutic foods like MANA. The product isn't like a consumer jar of Good Spread — rather, it's peanut butter infused with essential ingredients for health like milk and vitamins. MANA cures SAM in 96 percent of children in as little as 6 weeks, and each jar of Good Spread corresponds to a donated packet of MANA.