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Wendy’s What Are You Waiting For: Calling on the Fast Food Giant to Stand up For Farmworkers

One of the highest earning fast food chains in the country, Wendy’s comes in at number two behind McDonald’s. Nearly 6,600 restaurants in the U.S. and around the globe afford the company serious market power— influence that can go a long way to shift purchasing practices. Instead of leveraging that power to demand lower prices from suppliers, Wendy’s could be rewarding growers who respect workers’ rights.

Not Lovin’ It: Moms and McDonald’s Don’t Mix

This Mother’s Day, moms and their kids “deserve a break” from Ronald-run school assemblies, adver-games and marketing at large.

Feds to Parents: Big Food Still Exploiting Your Children, Good Luck With That

"Ignoring the futility of this approach, the feds set out to examine how the food industry has cleaned up its act over the last few years. The report’s press release spin – commending industry for “progress” – defies the agency’s own data. Even the first page of the report’s executive summary admits: “The overall picture of how marketers reach children, however, did not significantly change.”"

Got Food? Thank Food Workers!

The Food Chain Workers Alliance is launching the first annual International Food Workers Week to bring more awareness to the hands that feed us – the nearly 20 million people in the U.S. who ensure that food gets from the farm to our plates.

Webinar on Factory Farming with Real Food Challenge and CoFed