These companies — Nestlé, PepsiCo, Coca-Cola, Unilever, Danone, General Mills, Kellogg's, Mars, Associated British Foods, and Mondelez — each employ thousands and make billions of dollars in revenue every year.
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[...] the Senate blocked a controversial measure that would have prevented states from passing initiatives like Prop. 37, such as the GMO labeling law due to roll out July 1 in Vermont. Days later, General Mills announced it would voluntarily add GMO labels to all of its products; fellow industrial food giants Mars, Kellogg Co. and Conagra quickly followed suit, even though those companies have spent millions to fight such labeling. Supporters range from groups such as U.S. Right to Know…
General Mills and Prop 37. General Mills, makers of Cheerios, donated over one million dollars to defeat California Proposition 37 last month. Prop 37 was a ballot initiative asking brands to label their products, giving consumers the right to know what is in their food. Unfortunately, due to the massive amount of money spent on advertising by chemical and pesticide companies and industrial food corporations, Prop 37 was defeated in California.
The Center for Food Safety released an eye-opening report: "Best Public Relations Money Can Buy: A Guide to Food Industry Front Groups." It documents how corporations like Monsanto, Cargill, General Mills, DuPont, Coca-Cola, and Pepsico use front groups to manipulate public opinion and policies in order to increase their own profits in ways that put public health at greater risk.
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As it turns out, people want to know that what they’re eating is healthy. Big Food — think General Mills, Coca-Cola, Kellogg’s, etc. — has caught on to this reality and begun swallowing natural and organic food companies, knowing they can turn a profit on one of the food industry’s biggest trends.
Food Industry To Congress: We Need You To Act On Climate Change... In a letter published in both the Washington Post and Financial Times, the chief executives from Mars, General Mills, Unilever, Kellogg, Nestle, New Belgium Brewing, Ben & Jerry’s, Clif Bar, Stonyfield Farm, and Dannon asked U.S. and global leaders to “meaningfully address the reality of climate change.” | ThinkProgress ... #Climate #ClimateChange #Enviroment