About the Make Our Food Safe Coalition

About the Make Our Food Safe Coalition

The Make Our Food Safe coalition includes public health and consumer advocacy organizations, as well as groups representing the families of victims of foodborne illness. The coalition pressed for enactment of historic food safety legislation that provides the U.S. Food and Drug Administration with improved authorities to oversee the safety of the nation’s food supply, and will advocate for full implementation and funding of the law.  

Coalition Members:

American Public Health Association
www.apha.org

Center For Foodborne Illness Research & Prevention (Cfi)
www.foodborneillness.org

Center For Science In The Public Interest (Cspi)
www.cspinet.org

Consumer Federation Of America (Cfa)
www.consumerfed.org

Consumers Union (Cu)
www.consumersunion.org

National Consumers League
www.nclnet.org

The Pew Charitable Trusts
www.pewtrusts.org/foodsafety

Stop (Safe Tables Our Priority)
www.safetables.org

Trust For America’s Health (TFAH)
www.tfah.org

U.S. Pirg
www.uspirg.org

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