Protecting Food. Empowering Whistleblowers.

Corporate Accountability

Currently, only a handful of corporations control our food from farm to fork. Over the past 50 years, fewer and fewer multinational agribusiness corporations have come to control more and more of our food system, shutting out local and family farmers in the process. With unchecked power, companies have standardized exploitative practices that are harmful to farmers, to rural communities, to the animals themselves and to our environment.

But it doesn’t have to be this way.

Click to the “Full Story” to learn more about how FIC is working to hold Big Ag corporations accountable!

Full Story

Who spoke up? — Key Whistleblowers

Rudy Howell

Long-time Perdue poultry farmer has alleged he was wrongfully discharged for raising concerns about Perdue’s practices. Read his full complaint here (link). Rudy originally reached out to GAP’s Food Integrity Campaign because he was sick of watching the big chicken companies deceptively trap farmers like him into a business that makes it near impossible to stay afloat, and then punish farmers if they don’t do exactly what they’re told.

Rudy’s Story »

Court Documents

You can download the court documents by clicking on the following PDF links.

Complaint – Rudy Howell vs. Perdue Farms

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Once you sign your contact, the company won’t let you just be a farmer. They control everything on your farm. I don’t want to do anything that harms my neighbors, or the environment. Even if I wanted to, I can’t change their rigged system.

—- Rudy Howell, Former poultry farmer
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