Sep 2, 2021 | News Story

Support Striking Workers: Boycott Nabisco Made-in-Mexico Products

(Updated 9/2/21) Workers at Nabisco facilities in Chicago, Ill., Portland, Ore., Aurora, Col., Richmond, Va., and Norcross, Ga. are currently on strike against Nabisco, which has long profited from the loyalty and dedication of its U. S. workers and the exploitation of its employees in Mexico. By taking this action, Nabisco workers in all locations are saying strong and clear: stop exporting our jobs to Mexico and end your demands for contract concessions.

"Through generations of hard work and dedication, BCTGM members at Nabisco have earned and deserve the security of a fair union contract that preserves American jobs," said BCTGM International President Anthony Shelton. "Standing strong in solidarity, we will not allow the company to force concessions onto the workers.”

BCTGM is calling for a boycott of Made-in-Mexico Nabisco products in support of the striking workers. Click here for more information on how to identify made-in-Mexico Nabisco products.

Read more about the Nabisco workers' strike here and watch a More Perfect Union video here.

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