Kellogg threatened to outsource its workers' jobs to Mexico if they didn’t accept a terrible labor deal—including threatening not to provide pensions to new employees, making changes to vacation and holiday time, and more.

That’s why over 1,400 Kellogg workers from all four cereal plants in the US are on strike. We stand in full solidarity with them—and we hope you will too by not crossing the picket line and boycott Kellogg products.

Here are Kellogg’s brands to stop buying:

Graphic of Kellogg brands to boycott, including Rice Krispies, Raisin Bran, Froot Loops, Corn Flakes and Frosted Flakes

Kellogg’s move is just the latest attack on worker’s rights. Corporations have been getting away with abusing and exploiting their workforce for far too long. We need to fight back!

Tell the Senate: Put workers like Kellogg strikers first and pass the Protecting the Right to Organize Act!

Among key provisions, the PRO Act would penalize corporations that violate workers’ rights and make it easier for workers to organize.

The Kellogg workers are using their collective power to fight for what they deserve. Please join us in standing in solidarity with them by boycotting Kellogg products and urging the Senate to pass the PRO Act.