Grubhub and Compeer Financial are the latest members of The Center for Food Integrity (CFI), a not-for-profit organization whose sole mission is helping the food system earn consumer trust.

“Their commitment demonstrates the value they place on collaborating with other thought leaders in food and agriculture to foster long-term success by building trust,” said Charlie Arnot, CFI CEO. “We look forward to the unique insights and vision each organization brings to CFI.” 


Grubhub is a leading online and mobile food-ordering and delivery marketplace with the largest and most comprehensive network of restaurant partners. Grubhub features over 300,000 restaurants and partners with 265,000 of these restaurants in over 4,000 U.S. cities. The Grubhub portfolio of brands includes Grubhub, Seamless, LevelUp, AllMenus and MenuPages. 



Headquartered in Sun Prairie, Wisc., Compeer Financial is a member-owned Farm Credit cooperative providing financial products and services to support agriculture and rural communities in Illinois, Minnesota and Wisconsin. With 1,200 team members serving more than 43,000 clients in 144 counties, Compeer is the third largest cooperative in the Farm Credit System.


Now in its 14th year, CFI represents the diversity of the food chain with members and project partners that include agriculture and food organizations, restaurants, retailers, food processors, finance, universities and NGOs. To learn more about CFI’s leadership, membership, initiatives, training and events, visit or contact CFI at