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In this letter, Corporate Accountability and allies demand that Olympic medalists stand for kids’ health, and not accept sponsorships from McDonald’s.

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In this letter, Corporate Accountability and allies call on LeBron James to stand for kids’ health and end his affiliation with McDonald’s.

With McDonald’s facing heightened scrutiny while being increasingly on the defensive over its role in harming child health, the corporation’s ...

Hello. My name is Tanya Fields, I am a single mother of four and Executive Director of The Black Project.  ...

Corporate Accountability demands for the retirement of Ronald McDonald, the character at the center of the fast food giant’s destructive marketing campaign to children.

The report, “Slowing Down Fast Food: A Policy Guide for Healthier Kids and Families,” documents ways in which city and ...

This fact sheet explains some local policy tools that can help reduce the negative impact of fast food in our ...

We partnered with Anna Lappé, sustainable food advocate and author of Diet for a Hot Planet, to create Food MythBusters. Through videos, digital organizing, and media coverage, this initiative has reached over 7 million people and debunked some deep-seated myths about our food system.

In 2011 and 2012, Corporate Accountability International played a key role in advancing a resolution at McDonald’s Shareholders’ Meeting. The ...

The organization is shifting the public climate around kid-focused junk-food marketing. In response, the fast food industry has made a wide range of changes to kids’ meals and kid-focused promotions.