Food Chain Workers Alliance

The most under-reported  and neglected aspect of the good food movement is the 20 million workers who toil every day — often under inhumane conditions — harvesting fields, killing and cutting up animals, packing boxes, driving trucks, cooking meals, ringing up orders, serving tables and cleaning up the mess. Recognizing this reality is the idea behind International Food Workers Week hosted by the Food Chain Workers Alliance, during which numerous actions are being taken, including solidarity with the striking Walmart workers planned for Black Friday. While foodies debate the merits of buying heritage turkeys versus going meatless for
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