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We're here to help build a just economy that benefits and empowers all people w/ a focus on , small-scale producers, agroecology, & .
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Real Meals Campaign 8h
"You’ve articulated your commitment to equity and to racial healing and we appreciate that. Now, it’s time to put words into action, and put your money where your mouth is."
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foodchainworker 9h
Distrust of government agencies & healthcare system were significant barriers 2 healthcare access for Study respondents in CA. workers shouldn’t have 2 die for our food. , we need now! Continue to support bills like .
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HEAL Food Alliance 10h
"We who believe in food justice and food sovereignty must recognize the need for an abolition of all enslavement and exploitation in order to achieve any semblance of justice." Well said, .
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Labour Behind The Label 19h
Garment factory producing face masks for & at centre of worst outbreak in . 201 workers out of 900 tested positive. Factory initially blocked testing on grounds that it would 'interfere with production'.
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foodchainworker 10h
He fled the Congo to work in a U.S. meat plant. Then he — and hundreds of his co-workers — got the coronavirus.
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Fair World Project 11h
Without strong protections, corporations are going to keep on pushing a race to the bottom w/ low wages & outsourcing. The winners: corporate profits. Act now:
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Fair World Project Aug 5
Looking forward to this conversation w/ youth activists facing the organized by
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Fair World Project Aug 5
Dream team alert! & are teaming up to raise $$ for farmer-led projects to plant trees & build stronger community .
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Business & Human Rights Aug 5
We examined 9 cases of union busting in factories supplying global fashion brands: & Thousands of garment workers are waiting for 6 cases to be resolved 👉
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Fair World Project Aug 5
Is the US supreme court about to rule in favor of & against those who were forced into in their cocoa supply chains? That would be bad news for .
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Grow Ahead Aug 5
NEW CAMPAIGNS ALERT: We have partnered with to support women, and Indigenous-led agroforestry projects in Nicaragua, Colombia, and Guatemala by planting 93,000 trees and supporting plants across the three cooperatives!
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foodchainworker Aug 5
Meatpacking workers are forced to risk their lives while factory farming giants like and continue to profit. Will you call your Senator TODAY to demand + hold corporations responsibility for putting their workers at massive risk?
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Fair World Project Aug 5
“Exclusionary contracting” means Big Food companies get to write the rules, put farmers out of business & harm students, workers & the planet - & hoard the profits. A new petition with the cites as an example of the model.
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Erinch Sahan Aug 5
Some big ideas brewing in tea. Business models are transforming. Here's founder of capturing some of these ideas.
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Fair World Project Aug 4
., your secret’s out! A petition filed with the would ban “exclusionary contracts” & . Aramark’s corporate kickbacks & Big Food buddies get a mention.
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Open Markets Aug 4
There’s a system of kickbacks between cafeteria companies like & companies that lock small producers out. We were proud to join 30+ orgs in calling on the to ban this exclusive dealing and .
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Real Meals Campaign Aug 4
Replying to @Aramark
In the cafeteria industry (schools, stadiums, prisons, hospitals) these exclusive deals are called "kickbacks." uses kickbacks to make hella profits while hurting people & planet. Learn more about this system and how you can take action:
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Real Meals Campaign Aug 4
Replying to @Aramark @FTC
This secretive system between cafeteria companies like & corporations lock small producers out of the market and cause harm along the food supply chain. We’re proud to join 30+ orgs in calling on the to ban this exclusive dealing!
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Real Meals Campaign Aug 4
RT to join the call for the to put people over Big Food profits and ! "Exclusionary contracts" - a biz practice used by that lets corporations like write the rules - hurt BIPOC farmers, students, workers, & Earth
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Real Meals Campaign Aug 3
Meanwhile big corporations that serve meals in prisons and schools continue to purchase from companies like 🤯 Yeah we're talking about you ! When will you invest in community > mega meat corporations putting workers as risk for $$$?
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