6 Nonprofits File FTC Complaint Against Cargill for Misleading ‘Family Farmer’ Claims on Turkey Labels

November 25, 2020 Organic Consumers Association

Six nonprofits today filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission asking the FTC to investigate Cargill, Inc., and enjoin the company from making false and misleading claims about its turkey products sold under the Shady Brook Farms and Honeysuckle White brands.

Organic Consumers Association Sues Mowi, World’s Largest Producer of Atlantic Salmon Products

Organic Consumers Association (OCA) filed suit against Mowi USA and Mowi Ducktrap for deceptive marketing and advertising of smoked Atlantic salmon products sold under the Ducktrap River of Maine brand.

Groups Call on Consumers to Boycott Large-Scale Meat Producers

July 16, 2020 Public News Service

The corporate meat industry is the target of a new campaign that asks consumers to boycott products from large operations.

Organic Consumers Assoc. Sues Smithfield

The Organic Consumers Association today announced that it has sued Smithfield Foods for falsely advertising Smithfield pork products as the “safest” U.S. pork products.

Rancher Refutes Impossible Burger Criticisms of Regenerative Grazing

Will Harris, a fourth-generation farmer-rancher in Bluffton, Georgia, called out Impossible Burger for claims the company made today that regenerative grazing is “not sustainable at scale,” and that grassfed beef “generates more GHGs than feedlot beef.”