Ripple teamed up with Corporate Accountability International to publicize a shareholder resolution targeting McDonald’s predatory marketing practices to children. The media attention generated was astounding.
Ripple propelled the issue of nanotechnology in food into the mainstream media. With stories in the NY Times and Scientific American, we are hoping to pressure companies into coming clean about their use of nano.
Ripple generated hundreds of television, print and online stories on behalf of the Breast Cancer Fund when we released their study on BPA in Kids’ Canned Food. This report was also featured on CBS, Washington Post, AFP, ABC and more.
Katie Couric joined the NY Times, Washington Post, LA Times and dozens of other outlets in covering a groundbreaking report that Ripple released on the health condition of America’s foodservice workers.
Valentine’s Day is restaurants’ busiest day of the year, which is why Ripple worked with ROC United on February 14 to release their new reports on the wages and working conditions of restaurant workers in LA, Miami and DC.