Whistleblowers Can Report Violations of Food Integrity Anonymously

Did you know you can make anonymous disclosures? We at the Government Accountability Project understand the heavy consequences whistleblowers face when speaking out against wrongdoing in the food industry. Fear of retaliation is one we take seriously.

In a legal battle with Food Lion for more than 10 years, GAP refused to reveal the identities of multiple company employees who reported (to us) gross food safety abuses occurring at the grocery chain (including removing expiration dates from expired products, and soaking poultry in bleach to conceal spoilage).

Individuals wanting to tell the truth, but who fear retaliation, can call GAP’s Food Integrity Campaign director, Amanda Hitt, at 202-457-0059 ext. 159 or email her at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Safely stand for truth. Anonymous disclosure is an option.

 

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