Tell grocery stores: Stand up for women's health, stop carrying Eden Foods

Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women.

More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves.

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  • Tell Fruitful Yield in LaGrange Park: Stand up for women's health, stop carrying Eden Foods
    Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women. More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves. While progressives may have limited leverage against a company like Hobby Lobby, our power to go up against Eden is strong. Beyond our personal consumer power, we can also ramp up pressure in other ways, and targeting grocery stores is a perfect next step. Stores that carry Eden Foods' products -- like canned organic beans and Edensoy soy milk -- are endorsing Eden's attacks on women's health, especially co-ops and independent stores which can determine their own inventory. They need to get the message loud and clear that as long as Eden is working to block access to birth control, they shouldn't stock their shelves with Eden Foods' products. http://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/07/14/whole-foods-shoppers-can-vote-with-their-dollars-on-pro-life-eden-foods/ http://www.salon.com/2013/04/11/organic_eden_foods_quiet_right_wing_agenda/
    7 of 100 Signatures
    Created by James Sajdak
  • New Seasons in Portland: Stand up for women's health, stop carrying Eden Foods
    Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women. More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves. While progressives may have limited leverage against a company like Hobby Lobby, our power to go up against Eden is strong. Beyond our personal consumer power, we can also ramp up pressure in other ways, and targeting grocery stores is a perfect next step. Stores that carry Eden Foods' products -- like canned organic beans and Edensoy soy milk -- are endorsing Eden's attacks on women's health, especially co-ops and independent stores which can determine their own inventory. They need to get the message loud and clear that as long as Eden is working to block access to birth control, they shouldn't stock their shelves with Eden Foods' products. http://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/07/14/whole-foods-shoppers-can-vote-with-their-dollars-on-pro-life-eden-foods/ http://www.salon.com/2013/04/11/organic_eden_foods_quiet_right_wing_agenda/
    1,974 of 2,000 Signatures
    Created by Kenneth Lyles
  • Tell Fresh Farms in Wheeling: Stand up for women's health, stop carrying Eden Foods
    Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women. More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves. While progressives may have limited leverage against a company like Hobby Lobby, our power to go up against Eden is strong. Beyond our personal consumer power, we can also ramp up pressure in other ways, and targeting grocery stores is a perfect next step. Stores that carry Eden Foods' products -- like canned organic beans and Edensoy soy milk -- are endorsing Eden's attacks on women's health, especially co-ops and independent stores which can determine their own inventory. They need to get the message loud and clear that as long as Eden is working to block access to birth control, they shouldn't stock their shelves with Eden Foods' products. http://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/07/14/whole-foods-shoppers-can-vote-with-their-dollars-on-pro-life-eden-foods/ http://www.salon.com/2013/04/11/organic_eden_foods_quiet_right_wing_agenda/
    22 of 100 Signatures
    Created by jim koppensteiner
  • Tell Wild By Nature Stand up for women's health, stop carrying Eden Foods
    Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women. More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves. While progressives may have limited leverage against a company like Hobby Lobby, our power to go up against Eden is strong. Beyond our personal consumer power, we can also ramp up pressure in other ways, and targeting grocery stores is a perfect next step. Stores that carry Eden Foods' products -- like canned organic beans and Edensoy soy milk -- are endorsing Eden's attacks on women's health, especially co-ops and independent stores which can determine their own inventory. They need to get the message loud and clear that as long as Eden is working to block access to birth control, they shouldn't stock their shelves with Eden Foods' products. http://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/07/14/whole-foods-shoppers-can-vote-with-their-dollars-on-pro-life-eden-foods/ http://www.salon.com/2013/04/11/organic_eden_foods_quiet_right_wing_agenda/
    13 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Mary Anna Jun-Morris
  • Tell Trillium in Lincoln City: Stand up for women's health, stop carrying Eden Foods
    Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women. More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves. While progressives may have limited leverage against a company like Hobby Lobby, our power to go up against Eden is strong. Beyond our personal consumer power, we can also ramp up pressure in other ways, and targeting grocery stores is a perfect next step. Stores that carry Eden Foods' products -- like canned organic beans and Edensoy soy milk -- are endorsing Eden's attacks on women's health, especially co-ops and independent stores which can determine their own inventory. They need to get the message loud and clear that as long as Eden is working to block access to birth control, they shouldn't stock their shelves with Eden Foods' products. http://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/07/14/whole-foods-shoppers-can-vote-with-their-dollars-on-pro-life-eden-foods/ http://www.salon.com/2013/04/11/organic_eden_foods_quiet_right_wing_agenda/
    28 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Sara Cobb Picture
  • Tell Abby's in Tampa: Stand up for women's health, stop carrying Eden Foods
    Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women. More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves. While progressives may have limited leverage against a company like Hobby Lobby, our power to go up against Eden is strong. Beyond our personal consumer power, we can also ramp up pressure in other ways, and targeting grocery stores is a perfect next step. Stores that carry Eden Foods' products -- like canned organic beans and Edensoy soy milk -- are endorsing Eden's attacks on women's health, especially co-ops and independent stores which can determine their own inventory. They need to get the message loud and clear that as long as Eden is working to block access to birth control, they shouldn't stock their shelves with Eden Foods' products. http://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/07/14/whole-foods-shoppers-can-vote-with-their-dollars-on-pro-life-eden-foods/ http://www.salon.com/2013/04/11/organic_eden_foods_quiet_right_wing_agenda/
    12 of 100 Signatures
    Created by Will Warner
  • Tell Sprouts in Austin to: Stand up for women's health, stop carrying Eden Foods
    Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women. More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves. While we may have limited leverage against a company like Hobby Lobby, but our power to go up against Eden is strong. Our power as consumers should help our voices be heard. Stores that carry Eden Foods' products -- like canned organic beans and Edensoy soy milk -- are endorsing Eden's attacks on women's health. As long as Eden is working to block access to birth control, I hope that Sprouts will discontinue stocking their shelves with Eden Foods' products. I love your store and believe you have both your employees and consumers best interest and health in mind when you make decisions on what to stock on your selves. http://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/07/14/whole-foods-shoppers-can-vote-with-their-dollars-on-pro-life-eden-foods/ http://www.salon.com/2013/04/11/organic_eden_foods_quiet_right_wing_agenda/
    571 of 600 Signatures
    Created by Bobbi Presser
  • Tell the HEB in Austin: Stand up for women's health, stop carrying Eden Foods
    Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women. More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves. While progressives may have limited leverage against a company like Hobby Lobby, our power to go up against Eden is strong. Beyond our personal consumer power, we can also ramp up pressure in other ways, and targeting grocery stores is a perfect next step. Stores that carry Eden Foods' products -- like canned organic beans and Edensoy soy milk -- are endorsing Eden's attacks on women's health, especially co-ops and independent stores which can determine their own inventory. They need to get the message loud and clear that as long as Eden is working to block access to birth control, they shouldn't stock their shelves with Eden Foods' products. http://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/07/14/whole-foods-shoppers-can-vote-with-their-dollars-on-pro-life-eden-foods/ http://www.salon.com/2013/04/11/organic_eden_foods_quiet_right_wing_agenda/
    1,037 of 2,000 Signatures
    Created by Scott Swanson
  • Tell Tanasbourne Whole Foods: Stand up for women's health, stop carrying Eden Foods
    Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women. More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves. While progressives may have limited leverage against a company like Hobby Lobby, our power to go up against Eden is strong. Beyond our personal consumer power, we can also ramp up pressure in other ways, and targeting grocery stores is a perfect next step. Stores that carry Eden Foods' products -- like canned organic beans and Edensoy soy milk -- are endorsing Eden's attacks on women's health, especially co-ops and independent stores which can determine their own inventory. They need to get the message loud and clear that as long as Eden is working to block access to birth control, they shouldn't stock their shelves with Eden Foods' products. http://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/07/14/whole-foods-shoppers-can-vote-with-their-dollars-on-pro-life-eden-foods/ http://www.salon.com/2013/04/11/organic_eden_foods_quiet_right_wing_agenda/
    106 of 200 Signatures
    Created by Brenda Bright
  • Tell Westerly Natural Food Market: Stand up for women's health and stop carrying Eden Foods
    Eden Foods, a pioneer of the organic food movement, has joined the right-wing legal campaign against the Affordable Care Act's historic expansion of coverage for contraception. The company's desire to use its CEO's religious beliefs to block female employees from accessing contraception through their employer-provided heath plan brings Eden Foods onto the front lines of the Republican War on Women. More than 160,000 CREDO activists nationwide have pledged not to buy Eden products until it stops its attacks on women's health. Now we're taking the next step by pressuring local stores that sell Eden Foods products to take them off the shelves. While progressives may have limited leverage against a company like Hobby Lobby, our power to go up against Eden is strong. Beyond our personal consumer power, we can also ramp up pressure in other ways, and targeting grocery stores is a perfect next step. Stores that carry Eden Foods' products -- like canned organic beans and Edensoy soy milk -- are endorsing Eden's attacks on women's health, especially co-ops and independent stores which can determine their own inventory. They need to get the message loud and clear that as long as Eden is working to block access to birth control, they shouldn't stock their shelves with Eden Foods' products. http://www.forbes.com/sites/clareoconnor/2014/07/14/whole-foods-shoppers-can-vote-with-their-dollars-on-pro-life-eden-foods/ http://www.salon.com/2013/04/11/organic_eden_foods_quiet_right_wing_agenda/
    1,073 of 2,000 Signatures
    Created by Michael Huarachi
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