What have the world’s biggest food companies got to do with land grabs? More than you might think. With just five minutes you can take action and make a difference.

GROW Week is a time to celebrate both the food we eat and the land where this food is produced.

From October 14th to 18th, people around the world celibrated both the food we eat and the land where this food is produced. Together, we are calling for the change we need to build a better future, where everyone has enough to eat, always.

Companies like Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Associated British Foods (ABF) buy and produce huge amounts of sugar around the world. And as demand for sugar increases, so does the rush for land to grow it on.

We need your help to stop the sugar rush and make sure that farmers and others won't be pushed off their land.

As part of World Food Day 2013, Oxfam supporters in Toronto staged an event in front of Coca-Cola headquarters to publicize the issue of Land Grabs and Sugar.

Take Action
GROW Week 2013 is over, but you can still take action!

Have 5 minutes?


Sign the Petition
Tell Coke, Pepsi and ABF to make sure their sugar doesn't lead to land grabs.

Have 15 minutes?


Contact the companies
Join Oxfam's global digital campaign.

Have more time?


Get others involved
Set up Oxfam's Sugar Challenge in your community to get people talking.
Download the Action Guide and Poster


Learn More

For background, read our land grabs and sugar factsheet or check out our other resources.