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Press Releases

Salmonella Victims to Call for Criminal Charges Against Former Peanut Corp. CEO

Food Integrity Campaign | February 10, 2011

Press Conference To Be Held Tomorrow During GAP’s Day-Long Food Whistleblower Protections Conference (Washington, D.C.) – Tomorrow, Friday, February 11th, at the American University Washington College of Law, Salmonella victims and their families will be sharing their stories at a press conference, and calling for criminal charges to be brought against former Peanut Corporation of […]

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Friday Conference Analyzes Revolutionary Food Whistleblower Protections

Food Integrity Campaign | February 9, 2011

(Washington, D.C.) – The Government Accountability Project (GAP) is reminding all interested parties about its upcoming conference, Employee Rights and the Food Safety Modernization Act, which will analyze the far-reaching implications of new whistleblower protections for food industry workers, and the law’s overall impact on food safety. Launched by GAP’s Food Integrity Campaign (FIC) and […]

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Corporate Whistleblower Protections Included in Food Safety Legislation

Food Integrity Campaign | December 21, 2010

Protections Cover Workers in Industries Regulated by FDA; GAP Calls for Similar Rights for Federal Workers to be Passed (Washington, D.C.) – Today, the Government Accountability Project (GAP) is praising Congress for passing the most comprehensive whistleblower protections for food industry workers in history. A provision in the Food Safety Modernization Act, passed today by […]

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Whistleblower Protections Equal Safer Food, Federal Workers Say

Food Integrity Campaign | September 13, 2010

Survey Results From FDA, USDA Workers Eye-Opening (Washington, D.C.) –According to a new survey, scientists from Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) overwhelmingly believe that if they, their coworkers, and food industry employees enjoyed solid whistleblower protections, food consumed in America would be safer to eat. Earlier today, GAP […]

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Slaughterhouse Whistleblower Reveals Inhumane Animal Treatment, Food Integrity Violations

Food Integrity Campaign | March 4, 2010

FSIS Ignores Serious Problems and Retaliates Against Whistleblower; GAP Client Dean Wyatt to Testify Today Before House Committee (Washington, D.C.) – At 3 p.m. EST this afternoon, Government Accountability Project (GAP) client and federal food safety inspector Dean Wyatt will testify before a House of Representatives Subcommittee, and blow the whistle on a laundry list […]

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