Why is the PC(USA) involved in the Campaign for Fair Food? Because “God sends the church in the power of the Holy Spirit to share with Christ in establishing God’s just, peaceable, and loving rule in the world.” (The Book of Order, W-7.4001) Read more
Close to 90,000 have signed the petition urging Wendy's to join the Fair Food Program. Add your name
now so it can be lifted up during Wendy's annual meeting on 5/23!
"My church introduced me to the CIW, but I truly got involved in CIW issues through Boone High School’s Social Justice Club." Read more of Alex's story here
White House Recognizes CIW's Fair Food Program Read more
Over 1500 people joined the CIW outside of Publix Supermarket headquarters in Lakeland, the culmination of CIW's 200 mile march, to urge Publix to join the Fair Food Program. Read more
Call on the USDA to join the Fair Food Program and support slave-free tomatoes. Read more →
October 4, 2012: Chipotle becomes the 11th company to join the Fair Food Program. Read more →
Faith Moves Mountains Campaign
Video, resources and more to invite families and congregations to pray for Publix to work with CIW. Read more
Vigilance ensures the Fair Food Program is working
: Learn about the advances the Fair Food Program is making and how it’s monitored by the FFSC. Read more
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The Fair Food list provides information about the campaign for fair food initiated by the Coalition of Immokalee Workers (CIW) and supported by the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). It seeks to establish socially responsible purchasing by large food buyers and human rights for farmworkers in corporate supply chains.