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Meg Bohne is Associate Director, Campaigns for Consumer Reports, working primarily with the Food and Product Safety teams. She currently heads the organization’s Meat Without Drugs campaign, with the goal of getting supermarkets to stop selling meat raised on antibiotics.
A community activist, advocate and organizer for over a decade, Meg has worked on issues spanning consumer protection, the environment, higher education funding, senior issues, prescription drug safety, and healthcare reform.
With Consumer Reports since 2007, Meg brings her combined passions for cooking and food policy to work every day as she engages the public to advocate for a safer, more sustainable and transparent food system.