Thanks to sustained public pressure from Oxfam supporters across the globe, a number of the world's largest food companies are now making steps toward cleaning up their supply chains.
Early in 2013, a trio of household names - Mars, Nestle and Mondelez (formerly Kraft) - responded to pressure from people like you and agreed to improve their treatment of women cocoa farmers and their families.
And in 2014, after over 270,000 of you joined the call for land justice, Coca-Cola and Pepsi stepped up and committed to zero tolerance for land grabs throughout their supply chains.
Before we launched our Behind the Brands land campaign, the injustice of land grabs - which can lead to people being left homeless and hungry - was largely ignored in the policies of the world's 10 largest food companies. But now a total of 8 companies have improved their policies on land - with Associated British Foods, Kellogg's, Nestle and Unilever committing to the principle of free, prior and informed consent of communities to ensure that they have a say over their land.