Food Security: Business Models in the United States and India, Case A: Food Gatherers in the United States

Case Solution

Aradhna Krishna, Dana Muir
WDI Publishing at the University of Michigan ()

This three-part case provides the opportunity to engage students in an investigation of how intercultural considerations can influence decision-making in the areas of management, law, operations, and corporate social responsibility. The cases involve two non-profit organizations, one in the US and one in India. Both organizations focus on food redistribution, but face different challenges due to cultural, legal and logistical issues. Cases A, B and C will be implemented in a single class session. Students are given Cases A and B to read before class (including the accompanying video to Case B). Case C is distributed in class.

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