Tell Big Food CEOs: Stop Sabotaging Food Marketing Guidelines
Government agencies led by the Federal Trade Commission have proposed voluntary guidelines for food marketing to children. The guidelines are far from perfect—real regulation with enforcement mechanisms is the best way to improve the food environment for children—but they represent an important step. The food and advertising industries are aggressively lobbying Congress to kill the guidelines. Will you take a moment to write to the Big Food CEOs and let them know you won’t support companies standing in the way of this important effort to improve children’s health? Click here to learn more.
Your email will be sent to: Bernardo Hees, CEO, Burger King; Denise Morrison, CEO, Campbell Soup Company; Muhtar Kent, CEO, Coca-Cola Company; Jeff Mochal, ConAgra Foods, Inc.; Gary Rodkin, CEO, ConAgra Foods, Inc.; Michael Neuwirth, Dannon Company; Gustavo Valle, CEO, Dannon Company; Kendall Powell, CEO, General Mills, Inc.; John Bilbrey, CEO, Hershey Company; Mark Baynes, VP, Global CMO, Kellogg Company; Christopher J. Doherty; VP and Associate General Counsel Regulatory, Kraft Foods Global, Inc.; Neil Golden, Senior VP of Marketing, McDonald's USA. LLC; Scott Remy, Senior VP, Communications, Nestle USA; Indra K. Nooyi, CEO, PepsiCo; Jennifer Mennes, Director of Media and PR, Post Foods, LLC; Jon Harris, Senior VP, Global Communications, Sara Lee Corp; Paul Polman, CEO, Unilever.