Petition to Coca-Cola, Indiana Governor
Shut down the abuse and animal cruelty to cows by Fair Oaks Farm.
On June 4, 2019, a video was released exposing Fair Oaks Farm, in Indiana, for their animal abuse and cruelty. The video showed calfs being separated from their mothers, being thrown into trucks, being stepped on, being hit, and other forms of cruelty. The lack of respect show to these animals is unacceptable. Everyone sees Fair Oaks as a family friendly place to be. It is an animal killing place for profit by big corporations. I urge Coca Cola to stop funding this place. Fair Oaks kills cows everyday. They show the proper way to milk a cow everyday in the showrooms. However, they fail to show the extreme abuse from the handlers to the cows. The lack of dignity from these employees is unacceptable. This is not just one or two bad workers, it’s all of the cow handlers. Coca Cola has the power to shut down this operation. I urge you to sign this petition to stop this abuse and give these innocent animals liberation.��✨
Petition to Wendy's, Todd A. Penegor, Kurt A. Kane, Abigail E. Pringle, Leigh A. Burnside, Liliana M. Esposito, M. Coley O'Brien, Gunther Plosch, Laura D. Titas, E.J. Wunsch
Tell Wendy’s to Carry a plant-based Burger Nationally!
When I was younger, I used to love going to my local Wendy’s for a frostie and a burger. However, now that I am in college and more often in a situation where I need to grab a fast bite on the go, I am not able to enjoy any meal options at my nearby Wendy’s because my diet has changed to exclude options that involve animal cruelty. I would be more than happy to become a regular customer at Wendy’s again if Wendy’s were to catch up to their competitors at Burger King, Carl’s Jr, and Hardee’s in carrying a plant-based burger for customers to enjoy. Sign and share to ask Wendy’s to join 2019 and offer a Beyond Meat or Impossible Foods burger throughout its national supply chain! A plant-based burger would not only be better for animal welfare, the environment, and health, but also great for business at Wendy’s. Beyond Meat recently went public with investments and raised nearly a quarter of a billion dollars while also soaring 163% from their original IPO (the biggest increase for a US company since 2000). There has been rapidly increasing consumer demand for a plant-based burger and Wendy’s is falling behind the times and missing an enormous opportunity by not offering any plant-based meal options in a year when 39% of consumers in the United States say they are actively trying to incorporate more plant-based foods in their diet. Restaurants including TGI Fridays, Qdoba, Dunkin’, Carl’s Jr., Hardee’s, and Subway, are offering plant-based meat as a way to be more accessible and tap into the growing demand and popularity of plant-based eating. At A&W for instance, the Beyond Burger boosted yearly sales by 10% and sold out in several locations on the first day. And Burger King launched an Impossible Whopper nation-wide after just months of piloting it. Nowadays, more and more people are realizing the animal welfare, environmental, and health issues tied to meat consumption and are looking to eat their meals in ways that are better for the planet, for animals, and for their health. Wendy’s has an amazing opportunity here to catch up to the times and to their competitors. Tell Wendy’s the time to act on consumer demand and trends by carrying a plant-based burger is now!
Petition to Whataburger
Bring Whataburger to Nashville!
No Whataburger in Nashville...what a tragedy. Nashville took a survey back in 2015 stating a Whataburger location was a serious need. The desire of even one location in Music City is the salvation we are all still looking for. We still don't have a Whataburger. What some of us have? A hungry vision of hope. Whataburger's 'Flying W' flag was planted at the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro In 2010. I believe now is the time to plant that bad boy right here in The Athens Of The South. This city is continuing to grow and so are our stomachs. Nashville natives and transplants can all agree on one thing which is the importance of Whataburger. In 1994 there were 24 couples who got hitched at a Whataburger in one day. Whataburger allows horses in their drive thru and in their parking lots. Nashville downtown alone is full of carriages and bachlorette parties. Why hasn’t this happened yet? The last known Whataburger Nashville location went away a long time ago and is now a Tire shop. What a tragedy. A tragedy I AM TIRED OF! I already know that this wonderful chain is changing lives all over the southern part of this amazing nation. Every time I travel, I get to participate in getting my world rocked by that menu. But not all of us have the time to drive to a neighboring state to get our lives changed. We can buy Whataburger ketchup in grocery stores but we can’t fully grasp that Whataburger experience. Nashville needs you Whataburger. This town won’t let you down. I’m asking my fellow Nashville people to sign this petition to further expand Whataburger Awareness for Nashville. Nashville hot chicken is definitely a great thing. But there is plenty of room for Whataburger spicy ketchup. This plea has been brought to you by Nashville Whataburger Awareness and the triple W "We Want Whataburger" campaign.
Petition to Josh Silcox, Anna Steffens, Brian Trusheim, Scott Patton, Joan Kavanaugh, Erin Loverher
Tell Aldi to Go 100% Gestation Crate Free
Many of us are loyal Aldi shoppers who appreciate the grocery chain’s quality, low-priced foods, commitment to sustainability, and desire to serve its customers in meaningful ways. That’s why it is especially disheartening to learn that unlike almost every other major grocer in the U.S., Aldi still has not committed to stopping its pork suppliers from locking up mother pigs in tiny “gestation crates” for virtually their entire life. Please sign our petition. Urge Aldi to take the responsible road like so many other retailers and commit to a 100% gestation crate free supply chain by 2022. Gestation crates are widely recognized as cruel and inhumane. They confine a mother pig throughout her 4-month pregnancy in a space so tiny it’s roughly the same size as her body, so narrow she can’t even turn around. The mother pig is subsequently transferred into another crate to give birth, re-impregnated, and then put back into a gestation crate. This inhumane cycle repeats, pregnancy after pregnancy, for virtually their entire lives, adding up to years of immobilization. Almost every leading company in the food industry has listened to public opinion by adopting a policy to phase-out purchasing from operators using gestation crates —from restaurants like McDonalds, Burger King, Wendy’s, Cracker Barrel, and Quiznos to other cost-conscious retailers such as Costco, Trader Joe’s, Kroger, and Walmart. As one of the largest grocers in the U.S., it is time for Aldi to do the same and acknowledge that animals ought to be allowed to move. Aldi says it cares about what its customers want. Please sign and share this petition and let Aldi know that you care about the animal welfare practices of their pork suppliers. Ask them to commit to phasing out the use of gestation crates for a mother pig’s entire pregnancy from its supply chain within a specified timeframe.
Petition to Chicken Express Corporate Office, Richard Stuart, Nancy Stuart
Chicken Express Needs a Chicken Sandwich
Chicken Express has amazing food, therefor has a very large following. By Chicken Express not giving us, their loyal fans, a chicken sandwich they are cheating us out of potentially the best chicken sandwich ever made. This is forcing us to have to visit other fried chicken places and that’s unacceptable! Sign this petition to tell Corporate that we’re serious about wanting chicken sandwiches in our local Chicken Express!
Petition to McDonalds, Wendys, Popeyes, Chick Fila, arbys, All Restaurants
Get restaurants to sale turkey and beef bacon.!
This change would impact the community/world period. Every restaurant sales pork products. Some things come already cooked with pork inside. I would love to go to a restaurant and they have the options pork, beef ,or turkey. Preferably bacon Like loaded mashed potatoes(new item alert turkey or beef bacon). Its 2019 and i would have hooed that the change would have been occurred. But sign my petition if you want turkey or beef products in restaurants!