Tuesday, November 13, 2012

I'll Never Again Purchase A Hormel Food Product. Hormel Opposed Proposition 37.

Basically, Hormel spent nearly one half million of its hard earned dollars to prevent the consumers of their products from knowing what they were buying.

How did it come to this?  How is it someone wishes to sell you something without you ever knowing it?  How did it come to be that corporations are ASHAMED of their very products?

 Pepsi and Coca-Cola (professional rivals coming together for one cause, like The Avengers of Frankenfood), Nestle, Kellogg, Hormel, Bimbo, General Mills, and ConAgra, the company behind Gulden's, Jiffy Pop, Swiss Miss, and dozens more. Smucker's has given money as well, which very much contradicts their ad campaign about what simple, rural farm folk who just love fruit they are; all these joined the monsters of Monsanto, Dow, and DuPont by spending millions to prevent you from knowing what you were purchasing.


I don't know about you - but boycotting all those corporation's products won't be too hard for me.  I'm a "prepare my own from raw ingredients" sort of fella.

Rather than launch into another huge diatribe here about the sins of Obama, and how pathetic it is no one seems to call him out lest ten morons ask where you were during the Bush admin (even folks who really did know you, and did see your protests then - they remain silent for fear of not being "team liberal" players) - I'll provide some bit of good news here.

Some corporations SUPPORTED labeling of GMOs.

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