In this chapter, we turn to the three case studies we explored in our 2013–2016 research project on how new information and communication technologies (ICTs) mediate novel forms of consumer activism and food governance. Each case study represents a different type of digital platform used in food activism: a mobile app, a wiki platform, and an online-centric activist organization. Case studies, by definition, do not provide an exhaustive review; for example, the case studies we selected do not address more diffuse activism through social media. Our aim, however, is not to review all types of digital food activism, but rather to capture diverse forms and potentials of digital food activism, and develop an analytic framework that can be applied to other cases in the field.