Fast Food Free is trying to help kids to eat less fast food. This will help you become healthier and it will make the world a better place.

How to get the job done: Learning about fast food is the first step and coming to Fast Food Free is a great place to start.

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In October of 2008, the concept of Fast Food Free was born. At the time, we had a foreign exchange student living in our home who enjoyed eating fast food. Since I am an environmentalist as well as a vegetarian, my family did not eat at fast food chains. However, my host sister’s interest in the food sparked my curiosity. After a lot of research, I found fast food is not only unhealthy it takes a toll on the environment, the animals used for meat and egg production, and farm workers. With these findings, I searched for a non-profit to join to help people eat less fast food when I didn’t find one I created my own. Pledge!


As a pediatrician, I thank you for all your hard work on behalf of our world and our kids.

Judy Bloomberg, MD

Good nutrition is the key to dental health. Koa you are doing a great job educating people. Fast Food is fat food. Keep going!

Ted Ziske, DDS

Americans spend almost 50% of their food budget eating out. Make those dollars count!

Koa Halpern

The site is dedicated to my teachers especially Professor Rosann Poltrone, Professor Larry Taylor and Connie Block.

My special thanks to Opher Segev for his exemplary work and generosity.


The mission of Fast Food Free is to reduce the consumption of fast food through education and community awareness resulting in healthier people and a better world.

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Take the Fast Food Free Challenge, pledge to be fast food free for two weeks.