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Mondelez lends a much-needed hand

12 Nov 2013

Mondelez lends a much-needed hand Image

Employees at South Wharf-based company Mondelez International (formally Kraft Foods) have been busy volunteering and making a difference to their local community.

The employees have been out to Braybrook to help build a vegetable garden at Rosamond School, which is a government school for kids with intellectual disabilities.

Mondelez International’s corporate affairs director, Simon Talbot, said the employees really responded to the opportunity and enjoyed helping out at the school.

“Giving back is a core part of Mondelez International’s philosophy, and our employees in Australia and New Zealand play a vital role in their communities all year long,” Mr Talbot explained.

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