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Three Things We’re Thankful for at the Food Integrity Campaign

FIC Staff | November 25, 2019

Three Things We’re Thankful for at the Food Integrity Campaign As we prepare to gather around our tables with family and friends this Thanksgiving, we at the Food Integrity Campaign would like to express our gratitude for 10 years of working together to empower food system whistleblowers. Food sits at the center of our lives, […]

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Press Release: Food Integrity Campaign Hosts Conference to Celebrate 10th Anniversary 

FIC Staff | November 14, 2019

For Immediate Release:  November 14, 2019 Food Integrity Campaign Hosts Conference to Celebrate 10th Anniversary  Government Accountability Project’s Food Integrity Campaign hosts speakers, panels, and a new award to mark the anniversary WASHINGTON – Food Integrity Campaign is hosting an all day conference to mark the 10th anniversary of their work on Friday, November 15 […]

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PRESS ADVISORY: Agriculture Whistleblowers to Attend “Eating Animals” Screening 

FIC Staff | November 12, 2019

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: November 12, 2019 Agriculture Whistleblowers to Attend “Eating Animals” Screening  Government Accountability Project Clients on Panel for Award-Winning Movie WASHINGTON – Today, Government Accountability Project’s Food Integrity Campaign will host a screening of the Environmental Media Award winning documentary Eating Animals. The factory farming documentary was based on Jonathan Safran Foer’s award-winning […]

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American Veterinary Medical Association: FSIS Privatizing Some Pig Slaughter Duties

October 30, 2019

Note: this article, featuring the Food Integrity Campaign, was originally published here. FSIS Privatizing Some Pig Slaughter Duties Plant workers to sort animals, trim carcasses before federal inspection. Starting in December, workers at swine slaughter plants will be taking over some food safety duties now performed by federal inspectors. Department of Agriculture officials finalized plans to […]

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Celebrate the Truth in Agriculture at FIC’s Ten Year Anniversary Conference!

FIC Staff | October 4, 2019

Celebrate the Truth in Agriculture at FIC’s Ten Year Anniversary Conference! Join us starting November 12 for the Food Integrity Campaign’s (FIC) 10th anniversary celebration – “FIC 10: Representing Truth in Agriculture,” featuring a full week of events in Washington, DC! Everyone eats and everyone is affected by the integrity of the food production system. […]

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Civil Eats: The Food System Needs Whistleblowers, Too

September 30, 2019

This op-ed, originally published by Civil Eats, was written by the Director of FIC, Amanda Hitt. The Food System Needs Whistleblowers, Too After the USDA recently handed over responsibility for food safety in pork production to the industry itself, a government accountability advocate urges greater protection for whistleblowers. Whistleblowing is making headlines. But the Trump […]

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MEDIA ADVISORY: Food Integrity Campaign Joins Call for Food Transparency in Green New Deal

FIC Staff | April 12, 2019

PRESS ADVISORY April 12, 2019 Food Integrity Campaign Joins Call for Food Transparency in Green New Deal Over 300 Organizations Issue Sign-On Letter WASHINGTON — On Wednesday, Government Accountability Project’s Food Integrity Campaign joined 300 other organizations in calling for food systems solutions to be at the center of the Green New Deal. The coalition […]

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Transparency and Food Systems in the Green New Deal

FIC Staff | April 10, 2019

This week, the Food Integrity Campaign (FIC) joined over 300 organizations calling for food system solutions to be front and center in a Green New Deal (GND). In the letter, we urge Congress to invest in climate-friendly agricultural practices that restore the environment and rural communities. To achieve its goals, any GND must promote transparency […]

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Killing 22 Hogs a Minute, Meatpackers Test Old Limits of Safety

February 1, 2019

This article originally appeared on the Bloomberg website. By: Andrew Martin Trump’s USDA is looking to speed up the slaughter line.  In an Illinois River town where Abe Lincoln once toiled as a country lawyer, the slaughterhouse of the future runs at a speed that generations of Midwestern farmers would have dismissed as fantasy. At other factories, […]

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What the Government Shutdown Means for Food Safety

FIC Staff | January 18, 2019

This week, the Food Integrity Campaign (FIC) attended a Congressional briefing hosted by Rep. Rosa DeLauro (D-CT), “Trump Shutdown Impact on Nation’s Food Supply.” The room was packed and for good reason. The federal government shutdown, now the longest on record, raises important questions about how well the government is fulfilling one of its most […]

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