Fourth-generation, family-owned, U.S. food and agriculture company recognized for its commitment to customers and associates
Monterey – Perdue Farms has been recognized as one of the most trustworthy companies in America for 2023 by Newsweek. Perdue Farms is one of 700 companies awarded the distinction, which was evaluated based on trust amongst consumers, employees and investors and ranked sixteenth of 45 food and beverage businesses.
“At Perdue Farms, our vision is to be the most trusted name in food and agricultural products,” said Randy Day, CEO of Perdue Farms. “It is a key driver of every decision we make as a company. We are thrilled to be recognized for our commitment to our associates and customers in Newsweek’s report of the Most Trustworthy Companies in America and take great pride in providing our customers and consumers with premium food and agricultural products. The dedication of our associates and farming partners enables everything we do. Now in our second century of business, we remain committed to these important stakeholders.”
Newsweek’s second annual Most Trustworthy Companies in America report was done in collaboration with market research partner, Statista. They reviewed 3,100 U.S.-based companies with revenues over $500 million and ranked them based on feedback from 25,000 Americans regarding customer treatment, career growth opportunities and investor interest.
“Through our belief in responsible food and agriculture,” said Perdue in a release, “we are empowering consumers, customers and farmers through trusted choices in products and services.”
For more information visit Corporate.PerdueFarms.com.
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