GROW: Food. Justice. Planet.

Oxfam's campaign for a future where everyone on the planet has enough to eat, always.

Behind the Brands

Hot and hungry

Right now farmers around the world are going hungry. Droughts, floods and other natural disasters caused by climate change are stopping them from growing enough food to feed their families and make a living.

The makers of Pringles and Green Giant don’t seem to care. They don’t fully disclose most of their emissions, let alone set targets to reduce them. And they do business with companies that worsen climate change by burning down forests and over-using polluting fertilisers.

It doesn't have to be this way. If thousands of us demand that Kellogg and General Mills companies reduce their harmful emissions and call for other companies and governments to do the same, we could take the climate change out of our food.

Tell Kellog and General Mills to stop climate change making people hungry

Sweet as!

When enough of us speak out, companies listen. Thanks to your actions Coca-Cola and PepsiCo have agreed to a zero tolerance policy on land grabs – so that the sugar in your favourite food and drinks is not sourced by kicking farmers and their families off their land. Find out more

Too often, the sugar in your favourite food and drinks is sourced by kicking farmers and their families off their land. This leaves people homeless and hungry. But you can change this. Tell Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Associated British Foods (ABF) to make sure their sugar doesn’t lead to land grabs. - See more at:

What you can do

Here are some easy things that you can do:

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Latest news

PepsiCo declares “zero tolerance” for land grabs in supply chain

March 19, 2014

PepsiCo, the world’s second largest food and beverage company, today committed to take steps to stop land grabs from happening in its supply chain after more than 272,000 people, including thousands of Kiwis, signed petitions and took action as part of Oxfam’s campaign to urge food and beverage companies to respect community land rights.

A year of changing the food system

February 26, 2014

Campaign actions by hundreds of thousands of people in the past 12 months, including thousands of Kiwis, have swayed nine of the world’s ten biggest food and beverage companies to improve their social and environmental policies, says worldwide development organisation Oxfam.

Oxfam files PepsiCo shareholder resolution

November 25, 2013

Oxfam files shareholder resolution urging PepsiCo to address land grabs. Groups use leverage as shareholders to urge attention for human rights.

Latest blogs

General Mills sees the big picture on climate change

July 30, 2014

Food company will implement industry-leading measures to cut greenhouse gas emissions from its supply chains.

Climate change for breakfast?

June 5, 2014

Oxfam campaigner Àngela Corbalán travelled to Indonesia to discover the truth behind the brands that make your morning cereals.

Crunch time for climate change

May 20, 2014

Feeding people doesn’t have to mean feeding climate change: Four steps food companies can take to help stop climate change.