The initiative is an ongoing pledge to company employees and patrons.
This article is based on corporate postings and accredited media reports. Linked information within this article is attributed to the following outlets: HEB.com and ScrapeHero.com.
H-E-B is furthering an initiative it is calling “Be The Change” to advance company equity in diversity and inclusion as it regards employees, customers, and business operations.
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According to a page from company website HEB.com, “Be The Change” is an ongoing concern.
As excerpted from the page: H-E-B was founded on the unwavering belief that each and every person counts. Through our Be The Change initiative, H-E-B pledges to do our part to advance equity and inclusion across our great state. Be The Change builds upon our established diversity and inclusion framework driving us to be a better employer, retailer and community partner. To amplify diverse voices, we’re proudly sharing their stories and highlighting their products and services.
The page presently profiles, through video and text, a host of Asian business partners due to the just-ended Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month (May 1- May 31), and goes on to state: H-E-B believes that it suppliers should be as diverse as its customers. Throughout the year, we pledge to look for opportunities to grow supplier engagement and collaborate with underrepresented businesses.
Per ScrapeHero.com: There are 325 HEB retail stores in the United States as of May 16, 2023. The state with the most number of HEB locations in the U.S. is Texas, with 325 retail stores, which is about 100% of all HEB retail stores in the U.S.
H-E-B’s “Be The Change” initiative is an ongoing story. In the event of pertinent updates to this matter, inclusive of progress and/or official announcements of any milestone dates, I will share them here on NewsBreak.
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