Stand Up to Monsanto this Wednesday—March 28th is National GMO Call-In Day

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This Wednesday we’re calling on Walmart to reject selling Monsanto’s GE sweet corn before farmers start planting it this summer.

Walmart cares most about their bottom-line and public image. That’s why we’re collaborating with our allies at Food & Water Watch to generate thousands of calls from consumers this Wednesday, March 28th.  If there’s enough consumer pressure on Walmart, the corporation will be forced to change its ways.

Volunteers across the country are hosting call-in events to help spread the word and generate phone calls in their community.

In the past couple months, hundreds of thousands of supporters have shown strong support of opposing untested, unlabeled and potentially unsafe GE food.  On February 8, more than 3,300 phone calls were made to Walmart’s customer service line, and Food & Water Watch delivered the more than 75,000 collective petition signatures to more than 100 Walmart stores across the country from CEH supporters and other ally groups.

Help keep the momentum going—take a minute on Wednesday to call your local Walmart and urge them: Just Say NO to GMO Corn!

Make Your Call to Walmart Today:

Call the Walmart customer service line (877) 796-1950 and ask that Walmart protect its customers by committing to not sell Monsanto’s genetically engineered sweet corn.

Once your done, you can use Food & Water Watch’s handy tool to report back on what happened on your call (it only takes 1 minute!)

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Ali manages the website and coordinates the online communications of CEH. She works with the communications and development staff to create messaging strategies and public education content for CEH’s supporters and online audience. A Bay Area native, Ali attended the University of California, Los Angeles, where she received a B.A. in Sociology and Cultural Studies. This allowed her to live abroad in Argentina, where she studied Latin American history and learned valuable Spanish language skills. Ali is thrilled to be part of an organization that advocates for healthy communities so effectively.