Tell Cargill to clean up its act!

Farm field with a pesticide warning sign. Photo credit: Tom Grundy / Shutterstock

For years Cargill has put profit first, polluting our water and environment to increase its bottom line. Millions of gallons of toxic waste dumped into American waterways, dozens of systematic violations of the Clean Air and Clean Water Acts, and ecosystem clearance on a global scale show Cargill’s entire supply chain contributes to an array of environmental issues.

We must demand that corporate agriculture implement the policies needed for a sustainable supply chain AND use our influence with their customers – grocery stores, restaurants, food service operations - to implement policies within their own supply chains.