Food systems in the sunlight: Building a movement for corporate political transparency in food
From the fields to the corporate board rooms, our food system requires sunlight.
The Food and Agriculture Corporate Transparency (FACT) Index
The FACT Index scores the world's largest, corporate food producers and processors on how well they disclose their political giving.
Getting food systems right from the start: how they are failing young children and what we can do about it?
In June 2021, UNICEF and the WHO hosted a panel with world-leading experts as part of a series leading up to the 2021 United Nations Food Systems Summit. Our Executive Director, Lucy Martinez Sullivan, moderated the panel.
Food Sleuth Radio featuring Lucy Martinez Sullivan, Executive Director of Feed the Truth
Dietitian Melinda Hemmelgarn interviews Lucy Martinez Sullivan
“Draining the Big Food Swamp” Report
What to Expect in Washington? Opportunities for Healthier and More Equitable Federal Food Policy over the Next Four Years Webinar
In January 2021, the CUNY Urban Food Policy Institute hosted a webinar that discussed the intersection of race equity, immigrant rights, and federal food policy. Our Executive Director, Lucy Martinez Sullivan, was a panelist.
Food Politics Blog
A weekly blog by Marion Nestle that provides the latest updates on food industry influence.
Spinning Food: How food industry front groups and covert communications are shaping the story of food
This Friends of Earth report, “Spinning Food,” investigates how Big Food and agrochemical corporations are deliberately misleading the public — and reporters — on facts about industrial agriculture and organic and sustainable food production.
A campaign that advances liability against corporations for climate change denial, fraud, and impact.
Stuffed and Starved
In this book, Raj Patel explains the steps to regain control of the global food economy, stop the exploitation of farmers and consumers, and rebalance global sustenance.
The Food System: Concentration and Its Impacts
The Food System: Concentration and Its Impacts is a special report commissioned by Family Farm Action Alliance and written by leading food system experts Mary K. Hendrickson, Philip H. Howard, Emily M. Miller, and Douglas H. Constance. This report provides the latest updated data on the state of concentration in the agrifood system, and outlines what happens when a few hands control the way billions of consumers, farmers, and farmworkers work and eat.
A proposed approach to systematically identify and monitor the corporate political activity of the food industry with respect to public health using publicly available information
This paper maps out "a framework for categorizing the corporate political activity of the food industry with respect to public health and proposes an approach to systematically identify and monitor it."