The food companies are exploiting you. How does it feel America?

The saddest part about the entire article I am going to share with you is that some will read it and be mad for a little bit and then just keep on the same path to illness. My hope and prayer is that more and more people SNAP OUT OF IT and stop this insanity.

We have SO MUCH more POWER than most people realize. You speak VOLUMES with your money. Don’t buy the toxic food that they want you to buy. If enough people choose the health of their family over convenience and toxicity, the companies will eventually go out of business. It’s that difficultly simple. You have to choose though. And therein lies the rub.

The best part of this article is that it is now being spread like wild fire on the Internet. And much to the dismay of these big companies (especially Monsatan- I mean, Monsanto) this kind of information is reaching WAY more people than it ever did before social media. It IS working too, as we can see by these recent Wal-Mart and Cheerios news items. It is my belief that social media will ultimately be the reason these companies go under. Just keep sharing the truth!!

Without further adieu: Food Babe Investigates: How Food Companies Exploit Americans with Ingredients Banned in Other Countries by the Food Babe, Vani Hari


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4 responses to this post.

  1. Wow, do I totally agree with you. Just look at those pushing Splenda! And sadly there is no one who will listen due to following the almighty dollar. But if someone “cries in the wilderness” for change, they are reprimmanded as being the “food police”. Bottom line is that we are each responsible for our own actions. I choose life. Thanks for your thoughtful post.

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  2. Thank you for helping to bring awareness to this issue. Sadly, there are also organic companies that have sold out to giant agribusiness. It’s been challenging to boycott the “No on 37” contributors. I’ve had to give up my Safeway card (their parent company), Larabars, Cascadian Farm, and Silk products, to just name a few. The hardest part is to realize that these companies that were founded on principles aligned with mine, have sold out to the almighty food dollar. I was horrified to find out the other day that Monsanto also owns pharmaceutical companies. Now that’s business for you – create the disease, and sell them the cure.

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    • It is SO disheartening, isn’t it? I have basically concluded that I need to make our own food, larabars (which are thankfully super easy), fruit roll ups, dressings, just everything…as much as I possibly can. Our pantry is about 1/4th of the way full anymore. We will be greatly expanding our garden this summer as well, then busting out the canning equipment!

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