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From seed to plate, our food system is broken.

Global food corporations threaten our environment, food sovereignty and health. We work to protect our children from the epidemic of diet-related disease, striving to create a more sustainable future by challenging the corporate abuse of our food system. Learn More

In the U.S., one in three children born in the year 2000 are predicted to develop type 2 diabetes in their lifetime.

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August 19, 2010 By Patrick G Lee More than two dozen cities and towns in Western Massachusetts will be the focus of a major federal initiative being announced today to increase low-income families’ consumption of fruits and vegetables, as part of the nation’s efforts to combat obesity.
August 12, 2010
Judy Grant, Campaign Director
Corporate Accountability International wholeheartedly congratulates San Francisco for taking a tough stand to protect kids’ health. The County’s proposed nutritional standards for toy giveaways in kids’ meals sold in restaurants is an important step in addressing the rates of diseases related to diet – such as type 2 diabetes – that have reached record heights.
August 11, 2010
Toys that have been synonymous with kids' meals at fast-food restaurants could soon be banned in San Francisco under a new law proposed Tuesday if the food contains too much fat, sugar or salt.


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