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What Issues Do You Care About Most?

As we prepare for 2019, we want to hear about what issues you care about most!

Center for Food Safety

Tell Kellogg's to Label GMOs On the Package!

Before the end of the year, the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) is poised to require labeling of GMOs on food packaging for the first time ever. But Kellogg's is not going to use a clear text or a symbol label on its product packaging to indicate that the product contains GMOs.

Center for Food Safety

Tell Candy Companies to Get Untested Nanotechnology Out of Children's Candy!

Nanotechnology is a powerful new tool for taking apart and reconstructing nature as the molecular level—and it has some scary repercussions when used in food products. Scientists agree that nanomaterials create new, unique food safety risks that require toxicity testing, yet very little testing and regulation of these new products exists.

Tell companies to get untested nano ingredients out of candy!

Center for Food Safety

Tell these burger chains to reduce antibiotic use in meat!

Chain Reaction IV: Burger Edition found that 22 of the top 25 burger chain restaurants received an "F" grade because they don't have established policies restricting antibiotic use in their beef supply chains.

Center for Food Safety

Prevent a Pesticide Executive from Distrubuting USDA's Budget!

The Trump Administration has quietly nominated Scott Hutchins—who has spent over 30 years working for Dow Chemical— as USDA's chief scientist. USDA's chief scientist sets the agenda for the agency's 2.9 billion research budget.

Tell your Senator to oppose Scott Hutchins' nomination now!

Center for Food Safety

Urge Your Reps to Protect Local Democracy and Endangered Species!

Congress should pass a Farm Bill that helps people, family farmers, and the environment by taking out the provisions that cater to multinational chemical and food corporations.

Center for Food Safety

Oregon: Tell Your State Senator to Protect Oregon from Destructive Mega-Dairies!

Members of the Oregon State Senate will hold a hearing discuss what went so wrong at Lost Valley Farm. But it isn't just about Lost Valley. They also need to consider the kind of state most Oregonians want —and that's one that values and maintains family farms, vibrant rural communities, and a healthy environment.

Send a message to your Senator: Mega-dairies are too risky. They threaten our air, water, rural quality of life, and public health. Mega-dairies like Lost Valley Farm simply have no place in Oregon.

Center for Food Safety

Tell Congress to reject any Farm Bill that threatens the school lunch program!

12 million American children, one out of every six, is food insecure. One out of six children are not able to consistently have enough food to live a healthy and active life. Despite improved economic times, these levels of childhood food deprivation have not changed.

Center for Food Safety

Take the Opt Out of Industrial Meat Pledge!

In order to address the environmental, social, human health, and economic consequences of intensive animal production, we must end our overconsumption of conventionally raised meat and poultry, and shift our diet to include more balanced proteins. We can do this by cutting our meat consumption in half, choosing sustainably raised meats, and eating more plant-based proteins.

Center for Food Safety

Tell Your Senators to Label Frankenfish

Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-AK) recently introduced new legislation, the Genetically Engineered Salmon Labeling Act (S.1528), which would require genetically engineered salmon to be labeled as "genetically engineered" or "GE."

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“they [CFS] have been a real leader- in raising questions about genetically modified food, and the technology behind it, the impact on farmers. Because it's not just about environmental health threats, it's really a political issue...”
— Michael Pollan
Award-winning author of The Omnivore's Dilemma and In Defense of Food
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