Public Health

News Release | Public Health, Food

A Letter to In-N-Out

"Your customers care deeply about addressing antibiotic overuse on livestock. In order for your customers and the public at large to have confidence that the company has a strong antibiotics policy, we urge the company to take the following next steps..."

Resource | Public Health, Food

50+ Organizations Letter to In-N-Out Burgers CEO Lynsi Snyder

As a significant purchaser of meat, we believe that In-N-Out has a major opportunity and responsibility to address this growing public health threat. Our groups call on In-N-Out to make commitments on antibiotic stewardship.

News Release | Public Health

Over 50 Groups Call on Restaurant Chain to Change Beef Sourcing Policies

As a significant purchaser of meat, we believe that In-N-Out has a major opportunity and responsibility to address this growing public health threat. Our groups call on In-N-Out to make commitments on antibiotic stewardship.

President's New Budget Proposal Good on Antibiotics

By | Bill Wenzel
Food and Farming Program Director

From where I sit, there’s a lot to like in the President’s budget.

The Flint Water Crisis: What You Need to Know

By | Anna Low-Beer
Digital Campaigner

With President Obama clearing the way for federal aid in Flint, Michigan last month, the water crisis is receiving immediate attention. The city was badly in need of a short-term fix, but what about the future of affected Flint citizens?

Media Hit | Public Health, Food

Will Yum! Brands Commit to Better Antibiotic Stewardship Policies?

"Despite these successes, we need to re-double our efforts to counter new threats from superbugs that increasingly diminish the effectiveness of antibiotics. We will continue to ramp up our consumer awareness and advocacy campaigns to ensure that the superbugs don't win."

A nationwide call: KFC, help save antibiotics!

By | Anya Vanecek
Public Health Digital Campaigner

Over eighty organizations and hundreds of consumers launched a call for KFC to switch to selling chicken raised without routine antibiotics. 

Nicely Done, Attorneys General

By | Steve Blackledge
Public Health Program Director

This month 12 state attorneys general highlighted the importance of state power to regulate toxic chemicals. We thank them for their efforts. 

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