Nabisco and parent corporation Mondelēz continue to put profits before people as hundreds of good, middle-class jobs are outsourced and working families across borders are exploited for reportedly as little as $1 per hour with little to no benefits.
On November 16, outside more than 100 big box stores across the United States, union members and activists will be handing out literature and educating consumers on how to BOYCOTT Nabisco snacks like Oreo, Ritz Crackers, and Chips Ahoy that are made in Mexico!
Join us tomorrow in sending Mondelēz a loud and clear message that we will not support any business model that seeks to move good jobs beyond our borders. We’re asking folks to check the label, and don’t buy Nabisco products that are made in Mexico.
Support this Action Online:
If you can’t attend an event in person, you can still support the effort on social media! Below are some sample graphics and language, or you can write your own. Please use the hashtag #ChecktheLabel!
Facebook Sample 1:
Today at over 100 big box stores across the U.S., union members and activists are leafleting with Nabisco workers to urge consumers to BOYCOTT Nabisco snacks like Oreo, Ritz Crackers, and Chips Ahoy that are made in Mexico!
Nabisco and parent corporation Mondelez continue to outsource hundreds of good, middle-class jobs and exploit working families across borders and oceans for reportedly around $1 per hour with little to no benefits.
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Facebook Sample 2:
We are hitting 100 BIG BOX STORES today to spread the word: If your Nabisco snacks say “Made in Mexico” leave them on the shelf! #ChecktheLabel and BUY AMERICAN!
Like and Share to spread the word!
TODAY: BOYCOTT of @Nabisco snacks (@Oreo @Ritzcrackers @ChipsAhoy) made in Mexico hits 100+ U.S. box stores in Nat’l Day of Action! RT to join the fight! #ChecktheLabel pic.twitter.com/O5iwKrVSq3
After @MDLZ lays off hundreds of @Nabisco working families & turns away veterans from corporate HQ, Nat’l Day of Action brings BOYCOTT to stores across U.S.! #ChecktheLabel pic.twitter.com/pMQvOnaHOW
TODAY: Conscious consumers join Nat’l Day of Action, growing BOYCOTT of @Nabisco snacks made in Mexico at 100+ U.S. box stores! RT & join the fight! #ChecktheLabel pic.twitter.com/pMQvOnaHOW
Nabisco/ @MDLZ continues destructive outsourcing & exploitation of working families. Join Nat’l Day of Action. BOYCOTT @Nabisco snacks made in Mexico! #ChecktheLabel pic.twitter.com/O5iwKrVSq3