Save Nabisco Jobs in Chicago

Irene Rosenfeld, CEO, Mondelēz International Inc.

Executives at Mondelēz International, the parent company of Nabisco, are planning to move production of nine snack food products, including Oreos, to Salinas, Mexico—killing more than 600 jobs at a plant in Chicago. This announcement came a year after the company’s CEO received a $6 million raise.

Fill out the form to sign the petition urging Mondelēz CEO Irene Rosenfeld to save good jobs for hundreds of workers in Chicago.

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To: Irene Rosenfeld, CEO, Mondelēz International Inc.
From: [Your Name]

To Mondelēz CEO Irene Rosenfield:

As people of faith, conscience and social unity, we call upon Mondelēz/Nabisco to reverse its decision to send production to Mexico and keep these middle-class jobs in Chicago. Unless the jobs of Chicago Nabisco workers remain in North America, we the undersigned pledge to:

Educate America’s consumers on Mondelēz/Nabisco’s corporate decisions to move U.S. middle-class jobs to Mexico;

Engage in a national dialogue with consumers in the United States and Canada, people of faith, conscience and social unity, to boycott Mondelēz/Nabisco’s products that are made in Mexico;

Resist Mondelēz/Nabisco’s future attempts regionally, nationally and globally to destroy good-paying jobs by moving them to low-wage economies with little or no business regulations.