Engagement tools, guidelines, webinars, websites, and documents - explore our Food Safety & Sustainability resources.

Antibiotics in Meat Production:

Chain Reaction III: New study on antibiotics from Friends of the Earth

Vaccinating salmon: How Norway avoids antibiotics in fish farming

Expanding Antibiotic Stewardship

Global investor statement on antibiotic resistance

Farm Animal Investment Risk and Return - Investor Case Studies, Volume 2: Discusses the risks and opportunities of intensive animal farming (aka concentrated animal feeding operations/CAFOs)

ICCR Statement of Principles and Recommended Practices for Sustainable and Equitable Food Production: ICCR whilte paper presents our recommendations for corporate best practices for food production.

Keep Antibiotics Working:A coalition of health, consumer, agricultural, environmental, humane and other advocacy groups with more than eleven million members dedicated to eliminating a major cause of antibiotic resistance: the inappropriate use of antibiotics in food animals.

Chain Reaction: How Top Restaurants Rate on Reducing Use of Antibiotics in Their Meat Supply

The Johns Hopkins: Center for a Livable Future

The Preservation of Antibiotics for Medical Treatment Act

Access to Nutrition & Obesity:

Health Food AccessTool you to view policy initiatives at a state/local level to see what states are currently working on policies to broaden healthy food access. 

National Black Food and Justice Alliance (NBFJA). Tool that tracks Black Farmers and Black food producers across the country. The Black Food Map offers details about who is growing the food, where, how to contact them, what they’re farming, and more. 

TEDTalk: The underlying racism of America’s food system: Regina Bernard-Carreno at TEDxManhattan

TEDTALK: Food, race and justice: Malik Yankini 

Frito-Lay Worker Strike

Fast Food Facts 2021: The definitive new report from the Rudd Center.

Fast food's equity problem: Black and Hispanic youth unfairly targeted by ads 

Breaking Down Barriers to Children's Health. ICCR article from 2016

How the World Could Better Fight Obesity - Research from McKinsey and Company. More than 2.1 billion people—nearly 30 percent of the global population—are overweight or obese.1 That’s almost two and a half times the number of adults and children who are undernourished.

Recommendations for Responsible Food Marketing to Children -  Children in the United States grow up surrounded by food and beverage marketing, which primarily promotes products with excessive levels of added sugar, salt, and fat, and inadequate amounts of fruits, vegetables, and whole grains.

The Access to Nutrition Index: By assessing and ranking 25 of the world’s largest manufacturers on their nutrition-related commitments, practices and performance globally, ATNI aims to encourage companies to make a strong contribution to addressing poor nutrition and related diseases.

The Hudson Institute's Better for You Foods: An Opportunity To Improve Public Health And Increase Food Industry Profits

The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Food Marketing Workgroup

UConn Rudd Center for Food Policy and Obesity

The Food Trust

Center for Digital Democracy


Genetically Modified Food:

GE Map - Genetically Engineered Food Labeling Laws

Map of worldwide labeling initiatives

Labor in the Food Supply Chain:

Unsafe at These Speeds: A study of workplace safety inside poultry processing plants.

Hungry Workers in the U.S. Food Supply Chain: Corporate Examiner article.

The Hands That Feed Us. A report by the Food chain Workers Alliance.

The Equitable Food Initiative Standard (EFI). The EFI is a mult-stakeholder partnership to help workers, growers and major food buyers collaborate to grow safer food.  Learn how the Initiative creates additional value throughout the food system.

Commodities and Land Speculation:

ICCR's Guidelines for Responsible Investment in Food Commodities.

ICCR's Recommended Guidelines For Responsible Land Investment.



ICCR Statement of Principles and Recommended Practices for Sustainable and Equitable Food Production. These Principles are an articulation of ICCR's recommendations for corporate best practices for food production.





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