Corporate Accountability International, the modern incarnation of Infact and the Nestlé (no relation) boycott, has just launched the Retire Ronald campaign as part of its Value [the] Meal initiative.
The campaign is based on a new report, Clowning With Kids’ Health. The report makes it clear that Ronald is ubiquitous anyplace where children might be – on the Internet, and in schools, kids’ libraries, and kids’ hospitals.
If you, like others, think it’s time to see Ronald retired and out of the marketing-to-kids business, join the campaign and sign Ronald’s retirement card.
Read the press release. Visit the website, www.RetireRonald.org.
Here is how Corporate Accountability International explains its mission:
For more than 30 years Corporate Accountability International (formerly Infact) has run hard-hitting and highly effective campaigns to save lives, protect public health, and preserve the environment. Value [the] Meal is a campaign led by Corporate Accountability International dedicated to reversing the global epidemic of diet-related disease by challenging McDonald’s and the fast food industry to curb the range of its practices that are contributing to the epidemic.of its practices that are contributing to the epidemic.