Petition to Trader Joe's, Doug Hallock
Trader Joe's, please open a store in downtown Klamath Falls, OR
When Safeway and Albertson's merged, the process ended up closing the one grocery store in our half of Klamath Falls. There are easily 15k people within 3 miles of the old Safeway location who could really use a store in their area. Trader Joe's would be an awesome replacement!
Petition to Dan Bane
Get Trader Joe's to stop offering plastic bags
Climate change is widely acknowledged as being the existential threat of our times, yet so little is being done to deal with the problem. Our political institutions seem incapable or unwilling to take the steps necessary to mitigate disaster, and commitments are routinely abandoned. Therefore, it is up to all of us to commit to taking environmentally thoughtful action and to do what we can, where we can, to reduce the demand for petrochemicals.We, the undersigned employees and customers of Trader Joe's, urge you to show true community leadership by discontinuing the use of plastic bags in ALL of your stores.
Petition to Trader Joe's
Bring Trader Joe's To Beaumont, TX
Bringing Trader Joe's to Beaumont, TX will allow residents of Southeast Texas to enjoy extremely well priced groceries, great wine, and healthier food options. The people of the Southeast Texas area are hungry for options that can help us grow our community closer to health. With only one "main" grocery store company in the area and one small "health food" store, the people of Southeast Texas need something that would make shopping for wholesome, nutritious foods simple, easy, quick, and understandable. I think we can all agree that having a Trader Joe's in Beaumont would be beneficial to so many people, and help our whole community come one step closer to health!
Petition to Trader Joe's, Dan Bane, Alison Mochizuki, Rachel Broderick, Bryan Plabaum CPA
Tell Trader Joe’s to Go 100% Cage-Free
I'm a loyal Trader Joe's shopper. They’re a great source for healthy low-priced foods and their customer service can't be beat. They give stickers to my three year old and greet him by name. They are helpful and responsive to me, but I was surprised and disappointed to find out that Trader Joe’s still sells eggs from hens crammed into tiny cages. Join me to urge Trader Joe’s to take the humane route and go 100% cage free.Cage eggs are made by hens who are crammed into cages to lay their eggs. They are forced to spend their whole lives in these cages to produce eggs like a machine. The hens can’t spread their wings or do basic things they want to do, like scratching, foraging and pecking the ground. They spend their short lives in severe discomfort and frustration because they have less space than your computer screen. In 2005, Trader Joe’s announced a cage free policy for all of their store brand eggs, but ten years later they still continue to sell cage eggs from other companies. Trader Joe’s points to “consumer choice” as the reason why they still offer cage eggs, but as consumers we need to show them that this cruelty is not acceptable! I’ve never met anyone who says “I choose animal cruelty.” Whole Foods is probably one of the biggest competitors, and they made this change to go 100% cage-free many years ago! Target, Costco, and Starbucks have recently joined the cage free movement after public pressure from consumers. Combined, these chains have tens of millions of customers, and they listened to their customers when they demanded cage free eggs on petitions just like this one. Are we to believe Trader Joe’s cannot go cage-free when everyone from Target to McDonald’s is willing to listen to the public? I truly believe that Trader Joe’s cares about its customers, and I want to know that they care about animal welfare too. The thought of a popular natural foods style grocery chain profiting off cruel treatment of animals is unacceptable -- especially because they already started making this change a decade ago! Please sign my petition to let Trader Joe’s know that you want them to eliminate the use of cages in its egg supply chain.