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Improve Bojangles' Kids' Meals

Bojangles’, the chicken and biscuits chain, kids’ menu is incredibly high in calories, fat, and sodium, and offers no fruit, vegetables, or whole grains. Please email them to urge them to improve their kids’ meals.

Ask Rovio to Stop Using Angry Birds to Market Junk Food to Kids

Please join us today in sending a message to Rovio Entertainment (the company behind Angry Birds) to ask them to stop marketing junk food to kids.

Tell Congress to Fully Fund FDA Efforts to Prevent Foodborne Diseases.

Please urge Congress to support FDA's request for 109.5 million to strengthen its ability to implement FSMA, hire and train the workforce it needs, and help industry comply with the new standards.

Tell Bed Bath & Beyond to Stop Pushing Candy

Bed Bath & Beyond is not a food store. Ask the retail chain to stop pushing candy on customers at checkout.

Tell FDA to Fix Its Broken Food Additive Approval Process

Did you know that food and chemical companies can decide for themselves whether a chemical is safe for use in food?

Protect Kids from Junk Food Marketing

Please send a message to food and beverage companies to ask them to do more to protect children from unhealthy food marketing.

Urge Nickelodeon to Follow Disney's Lead and Stop Advertising Junk Food to Children

This year, the Walt Disney Company announced it will no longer accept advertisements for junk food on its child-directed television, radio, and online sites. Disney also updated its nutrition standards for foods that can be advertised to children. Meanwhile, almost half of food ads viewed by kids are seen on Viacom programming, which includes Nickelodeon.

Urge Your State Legislators to Improve Foods on Public Property

Several months ago, we asked you to send a letter to your governor asking him/her to improve the foods and beverages available on state property. Those letters resulted in progress in a few states, but more work needs to be done. Right now, state legislators are getting ready for the next legislative session; please ask them to improve the foods and beverages on state property.

Help Improve Restaurant Children's Meals

Eating out at restaurants is no longer a rare treat saved for a special occasion. Families eat out twice as often as they did in 1970s, with children consuming about a quarter of their calories at fast-food and other restaurants. Unfortunately, the overwhelming majority of children's meals at the nation's largest chain restaurants are high in calories; many also are high in salt and saturated fat.

Ask Topps and DreamWorks to Stop Marketing Unhealthy Foods to Kids

The Topps Company has plastered the characters from DreamWorksAnimation's "How to Train Your Dragon 2" all over packages of Blow Pops, and their advergame site features "The Dragon Berry Dash," where kids can "powerup" their dragon by consuming Ring Pops, Push Pops, and Baby Bottle Pops. They get double points if they enter in a code from the candy package.