Fast Food Feels the Heat

TV reporter holds up our Retire Ronald report

The organization has shifted the public climate around kid-focused junk-food marketing. In response, the fast food industry has made a wide range of changes to kids’ meals and kid-focused promotions. 




For example: 

  • Jack in the Box, the country’s fifth largest hamburger chain, discontinued toy giveaways. 
  • McDonald’s added apple slices to all Happy Meals and is reducing the portion size of its kids’ fries (though, notably, it is still spending hundred of millions of dollars in marketing its unhealthy brand to children).
  • Leading food corporations including Olive Garden and Red Lobster voluntarily committed to reduce the amount of fat, salt, sugar, and calories in kids’ meals over the next decade.

Read more about our work to create a more healthful food environment for our children.


How your gift advances our mission and campaigns

90% of all contributions to Corporate Accountability International are spent directly on programs, while 10% provide essential support services resulting in the highest marks from rating agencies. 

Donate Now

Charity Navigator: Four Star Charity

We are accredited with Charity Navigator’s highest rating—4 stars.

BBB: Accredited Charity

We meet all 20 BBB Charity Standards.