A comprehensive response to the COVID-19 crisis requires steps to protect public health in the workplace and through food access.
Tell your members of Congress to support paid sick days for all workers, including the millions left out by gaps in the Families First Coronavirus Response Act.
Please email your members of Congress and ask them to help schools and struggling families today.
Urge your members of Congress to support the HEROES Act (H.R. 6800) that would ensure much-needed protections for food workers on the frontlines and increase critical supports for low-income families.
Please take a minute to send a message demanding that America’s largest meat and poultry processors (JBS, Tyson, Cargill, Smithfield, Hormel, Perdue, Sanderson Farms, and Conagra)—who together have over 355,000 employees—protect their workers.
Urge your Senators to cover the cost of food for these programs and target support for struggling small and mid-size farmers.
Please join with other CSPI supporters and tell the USDA you insist on strong, evidence-based advice in the 2020-2025 Dietary Guidelines.
The Senate must act swiftly to pass another COVID relief bill that stimulates the economy. We are standing up for struggling families and ask Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell to bring this bill to a vote. We cannot afford to wait another day for the Senate to act.
The Pandemic Child Hunger Prevention Act would ensure schools provide a nutritious breakfast and lunch for all children—regardless of their family’s income—this coming school year. The bill also lets schools operating summer feeding and afterschool programs to serve all children without having to certify the eligibility of each individual child.
As Congress enters into negotiations on a final package, they must include critical items for worker health and public safety. With your help, we can focus lawmakers on the real needs to curb this pandemic.
Please join CSPI in urging Coke and Pepsi to stop exploiting pouring rights contracts to push sugary drinks on college students.
Congress is taking up Child Nutrition Reauthorization—legislation that will impact 30 million children who receive breakfast and lunch from school. We must ensure school meals remain healthy and all that all children can receive them for free.