RSVP for an Exciting Nabisco 600 Digital Day of Action: March 23

March 23rd marks one year since Mondelēz/Nabisco began laying off workers from the Chicago bakery and sending their jobs to Salinas, Mexico. Now, workers toiling under exploitive conditions in Mexico produce the formerly made-in-the U.S. Nabisco products that are shipped back to American consumers. The Nabisco 600 and the Check the Label campaign

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An Anniversary We Won’t Soon Forget

“Today’s layoff of the first 277 employees from the Nabisco Chicago Bakery should not be seen as the end of the Union’s fight to save these American jobs, but rather the launch of an intensified effort to educate the American consumer on the transfer of this work from the hard

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Press Release: Nabisco CEO Irene Rosenfeld’s $20M Pay Day While Company Continues to Ruin American Communities

Bakery Workers Express Astonishment over Nabisco CEO Irene Rosenfeld’s $20M Pay Day While Company Continues to Ruin American Communities KENSINGTON, Md., March 30, 2016 – Today, the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers International Union (BCTGM), which represents nearly 4,000 members at Mondelēz International, maker of Nabisco snack products,

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BCTGM, IUF Meet for Summit on Mondelēz Global Outsourcing

Representatives of the BCTGM and the International Union of Food Workers (IUF) will meet in Chicago this week for an International Trade Union Meeting that will focus on defending quality jobs at Mondelēz International around the globe. The IUF and its affiliates represent 2.5 million workers in 126 countries. The

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U.S. Senator Wyden Sends Letter to Mondelēz CEO Expressing Concerns

In a June 15 letter to Mondelēz CEO Irene Rosenfeld, U.S. Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon) conveyed his unease over the company’s shift of production from U.S. bakeries to facilities in Mexico. Telling the CEO that his most important concern are his constituents – the hardworking members of BCTGM Local 364 employed at

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Don’t let Mondelez sell out American middle-class jobs for foreign poverty-wage jobs!