Thousands of people around the world have joined the movement to change the way the world’s biggest food companies do business. Filter through the news and read how this movement is working towards a fairer global food system.
Women cocoa farmers met with company executives last week to talk about what sustainability really means in cocoa supply chains.
General Mills have just taken the first step towards carrying out their promises to Behind the Brands supporters!
Which food and beverage companies are doing the most good (or bad) for people and the planet?
Here's where Behind the Brands supporters think we should go next.
You put the pressure on the biggest food and beverage companies. Now, find out how they scored in our latest scorecard update.
The food and beverage industry has come a long way in recent months. Here's how companies can keep up the momentum.
Oxfam is meeting with the top food and beverage companies next week, following the UN's Climate Summit in New York. Who will be the next to improve their climate policies?
Thanks to your voice, and those of 238,000 other consumers, Kellogg is doing the right thing.
Behind the Brands Campaign Manager reflects on Nestlé’s commitment.
Now's our chance to pile on the pressure to get Kellogg to make climate commitments like General Mills! And here's how you can help.
After two months of public pressure, General Mills took a strong stand for climate action. This roadmap shows how General Mills’ commitment should become reality. As General Mills moves from promises to action we’ll update this page to show progress.
General Mills: The Making of a Climate Leader!
How Oxfam supporters rallied and made a big noise for climate action
Join 24 hours of global action and send a big noise to Kellogg and General Mills!
Oxfam's latest Behind the Brands action is focused on getting the ‘Big 10’ food and beverage companies to step off the sidelines and do more to combat climate change – both in their own supply chains and through their influence with other industries and governments. We singled out General Mills and Kellogg as two companies that are lagging behind others on climate and challenged them to step up and lead the way to do more.
No company is too big to listen to its customers. When enough of us speak out, companies listen. Last year more than 400,000 of you called on companies to do more for women in their supply chains. They listened. Then you spoke up about land grabs in companies’ supply chains. They listened. Now we need you to stand up and insist that the brands we love do more to address the single biggest threat to fighting hunger-- climate change!
When enough of us speak out, companies listen. Today PepsiCo proved this.
UPDATED: We’re looking forward to working with PepsiCo and Coca-Cola to ensure they stick to their promises. This road map shows how these commitments should become reality.
Over the last year, your pressure has helped us turn the food system upside down.
Show that you #StandforLand in solidarity with those affected by land grabs.
Ideally, a policy commitment to eliminate land grabs leads to practice change which leads, in turn, to big impacts in the lives of communities. But to state the obvious: policy commitments are worthless without the hard, gritty messy work of putting them into practice.
What does it take to make a global sugar giant to promise to improve its policies on land? You. And more than 225,000 others.
Too often, the sugar in your favourite food and drinks is sourced by kicking farmers and their families off their land. This leaves people homeless and hungry. But you can change this.