From Storm of www.TheGardenDiet.com:
"Is it wrong to make junk food and put addictive additives in them and then run marketing campaigns on kids who just learned to speak only a year or two ago? This is absolutely wrong.
"Can one person do anything about it? I don't know. I would like to think that as individuals we have the power within us to make or bring about change.
"So what we have done is come up with the Take a Fruit Break Campaign. We have been working on this site on and off for over 6 years. And maybe when we first started the time was too soon. But I feel that the time is now right. We are going to just keep putting one foot in front of the other until we have Take a Fruit Break spots airing on TV in rotation around the country.
"Up until now it has just been Jinjee and I and that might be one of the reasons that it has been an on-again off-again type of project. So we are now opening up a number of different positions. Some of these are paying positions and some are volunteer. If you think that you would like to work on the Take a Fruit Break Campaign then please visit our updated website to get an overview of the project. And then email me and I will tell you what positions we have open, and how we can possibly interface.
Here is the Take A Fruit Break website: http://www.takeafruitbreak.com.
"One of the main things that we want to do is convince politicians, corporations, and the mainstream media in general that we do care about the quality food that is being marketed to our children.
"It is our goal to collect over one million signatures in the next three months so that we can present them to corporate executives and show them that there is a huge market out there for high quality organic foods. If you will click on the link below and sign the petition that will be a huge step on a grass roots level. You can just put your first initial and last name if you want. We will not use your email address or share that with others. The actual directions are on the site at this URL: http://www.takeafruitbreak.com/signup/
Thank you, Storm"