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Food Empowerment Project seeks to create a more just and sustainable world by recognizing the power of one’s food choices. We encourage choices that reflect a more compassionate society by spotlighting the abuse of animals on farms, the depletion of natural resources, unfair working conditions for produce workers, the unavailability of healthy foods in communities of color and low-income areas, and the importance of not purchasing chocolate that comes from the worst forms of child labor.


Fight for the Oceans Day

In honor of Dr. Sylvia Earle, F.E.P. declares August 30th as Fight for the Oceans Day! We’re asking people to take action by organizing a clean-up at a local beach, river, or lake, and to stop eating marine creatures! If you can’t do it on the 30th, the weekend would work great too — see below for a list of planned clean-up events! Go here for more information and events. You can also find out more about the issues facing the ocean by using the menu Know The Issues and then Animals in the Sea. You can also read lauren’s blog post about this important event.


One Glass At A Time

Food Empowerment Project’s (F.E.P.)  launched phase one of our latest effort to raise awareness about how animals are raised and killed for food: Help End Animal Cruelty One Glass at a Time.

Every month, we will stand beside the cows and hand out leaflets to commuters. We will help them understand the cruelty of the dairy system, and we will be a regular presence to provide a counter to the strong pro-dairy presence in the area.

 


Shame on Safeway

Shame on Safeway! Help bring Safeway’s disgrace to light!

Sign and share our petition

Demand that Safeway eliminate restrictive deeds preventing new grocery stores from replacing them on their former properties.

Learn more about other ways you can get active for the Shame on Safeway campaign here.


VeganMexicanFood.com – better than ever!

VeganMexicanFood.com was recently relaunched. The site contains mouthwatering photos of more than thirty 100% vegan Mexican food recipes. Besides being visually stunning, the site is also more user-friendly. True to our mission, VeganMexicanFood.com also includes information on ethical eating, and just like our main website, it is fully translated into Spanish. You can check it out here.


Upcoming Events

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Take our chocolate list with you

Food Empowerment Project's Chocolate List is available as a free app for your smart phone (or see our chocolate list webpage).

Take a moment to download the app:

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