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BCTGM UNION: Nabisco Has A New CEO But The Fight Continues Against Outsourcing

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Last year, Mondelez International chose to outsource some 600 jobs from its Chicago Nabisco bakery. In the same year, its CEO, Irene Rosenfeld, made $16.7 milllion.

Today, Rosenfeld officially steps down from her position and new Nabisco/Mondelez CEO Dirk Van de Puta begins his new job.

This company can change their CEO, but they can’t change the facts: Mondelez/Nabisco outsources good, family-sustaining jobs and exploits workers across borders and oceans.

The BCTGM together with Mondelez/Nabisco workers will continue to fight as we further promote the boycott of outsourced Nabisco products!

Help amplify this message: 

Tweets:

You can change a CEO, but you can’t change the facts. @MDLZ outsources jobs & exploits workers #ChecktheLabel #1u [click to tweet]

Different CEO, same fight! Don’t buy outsourced #nabisco products! @MDLZ #ChecktheLabel #1u [click to tweet]

CEO Irene Rosenfeld gone, but #Nabisco wrkrs still out of work & exploited across borders @MDLZ #ChecktheLabel #1u [click to tweet]

We will continue to #boycott outsourced #Nabisco snacks until worker exploitation ends! @MDLZ #ChecktheLabel #1u [click to tweet]

Will new @MDLZ CEO = new direction? #Nabisco fight continues… @Oreo #ChecktheLabel#1u [click to tweet]

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