Food corporations win big, but consumers should be wary of potentially unsafe imports.
Ineos plans to build new plant to handle more fracked gas shipped across the Atlantic
- Press Release06.9.17
As USDA sets its sights on hog slaughter, Food & Water Watch demands previously withheld information on poultry plants seeking to privatize inspection.
- Press Release06.5.17
Food & Water Watch urges Congress to reject any plans that privatize infrastructure.
Statement of Wenonah Hauter, Executive Director, Food & Water Watch
- Press Release05.30.17
New Survey of County Officials Reveals That Most Think Drilling Decisions Should Be Guided by Local Zoning Rules, Safety Concerns
- Press Release05.26.17
Environmental Groups & the City of Quincy File Federal Appeal of Atlantic Bridge Project
A new plan in Congress would help modernize and maintain critical infrastructure, including water systems.
- Corporate Control of Water
Trump flip flops on controversial trade deal.
- Broken Democracy
Food & Water Watch opposes new plan to allow China to import processed poultry to the United States.
- Factory Farming & Food Safety