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As a global leader of snacking, Mondelēz International believes the future of snacking is driven to simply do the right thing. From our makers, to our bakers, and even our order-takers, Mondelēz International is committed to invest and create jobs in the diverse communities where our employees and our customers live, work, socialize, and snack.

Economic Inclusion & Supplier Diversity

From sourcing the right ingredients, to innovating the right packaging, Mondelēz International has adopted a shelf-to-field approach that ensures Snacking Made Right. The recipe for success led to the formation of Economic Inclusion and Supplier Diversity (EISD), which is a program that empowers Mondelēz International to procure innovative, high-quality, cost-effective products and services from businesses who are owned by person(s) identified as a minority, woman, LGBTQ+, veteran, disabled, and/or a historically underutilized business.

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"Creating an inclusive and diverse supply chain is at the center of who Mondelēz International is and the communities we serve. Our Economic Inclusion & Supplier Diversity program supports this philosophy to spend with purpose in creating equitable and inclusive opportunities while driving innovative products and solutions to empower our customers to snack right."

SHAUN JONES, Sr. Director - Global Economic Inclusion & Supplier Diversity




Commodities & Ingredients
Technology / Information Systems
Marketing Services
Business Services & Indirect Supplies
Capital Equipment & Technical Services




Certified diverse suppliers are encouraged to register their business on our internal network.

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Please visit our Supplier Information Center for more information on how to conduct business with Mondelēz International. We also expect our suppliers and partners to abide by our Supplier Code of Conduct.

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Supplier Diversity

Mondelēz International Supplier Diversity program is available to companies owned, operated, and controlled by diverse entrepreneurs. Diversity is defined by culture, region and countries and in the United States, this includes companies that are majority-owned by racial/ethnic minorities, women, person(s) identifying as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender, veterans, and/or persons with a different abilities.

Community Linkage

Mondelēz International supports various third-party organizations that certify diverse businesses. Although certification is not a mandatory requirement to participate in the Mondelēz International Supplier Diversity program, the organizations below have resources available that may help your business grow.

  • National Minority Supplier Diversity Council (NMSDC)
  • Women’s Business Enterprise National Council (WBENC)
  • National LGBT Chamber of Commerce (NGLCC)
  • Disability: IN
  • National Veteran Business Development Council (NVBDC)
  • WEConnect International
  • Minority Supplier Development UK (MSDUK)

Learn about Diversity & Inclusion at MDLZ

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