Alliance to Feed the Future

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This article is part of the Center for Media & Democracy's spotlight on front groups and corporate spin.

The Alliance to Feed the Future is an organization that promotes "the benefits that our modern, efficient food system provides to consumers and society."[1] The Alliance, which consists of many food industry trade groups, a few universities, and many food industry front group organizations, works to coordinate efforts to influence public opinion in favor of the current food system. The Alliance's mission is:[2]

"Multiply the impact of separate efforts that build understanding of food production and technology issues among key stakeholders to balance the public dialogue on modern agriculture and large-scale food production."

The Center for Food Safety has described the Alliance for Food Safety as an "example of how various trade groups can come together under the common cause of propaganda promotion." According to a study by the Center for Food Safety, The Alliance uses a variety of methods to reach out to the public, including promoting educational curricula for elementary and middle schools and hosting panels on “Food Security through Modern Agriculture."[3]


The following organizations were listed as partner organizations as of 2013:[4]

Contact Information

Alliance to Feed the Future
1100 Connecticut Avenue NW
Suite 430
Washington, DC 20036

Articles and resources


  1. About the Alliance to Feed the Future, Accessed March 16, 2011.
  2. About the Alliance to Feed the Future, Accessed March 16, 2011.
  3. Michele Simon, The Best Public Relations That Money Can Buy, Center for Food Safety report, May 2013.
  4. Alliance to Feed the Future Partners, Accessed June 5, 2013
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