People face many problems of social existence that affect their quality of life, such as climate change, environmental pollution, food safety, and hygiene issues. These problems are evident where there are foods without origin stamps or expiry dates, foods that cannot be traced to their origin, or foods that are dirty and do not meet the safety standards in the processing and manufacturing process. How do companies gain people’s trust regarding the safety of the food they produce and process? This article analyzes corporate social responsibility (CSR) for identifying and eliminating foodborne hazards to human health, taking into account the legal requirements set forth in the processing and manufacturing process. It proposes improvements to the law on CSR to ensure safety and hygiene in producing and processing food in Vietnam.