10 COMPANIES that CONTROL the WORLDS FOOD SUPPLY - These Mega Corporations Control What You Eat - VideoRolls.com
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10 COMPANIES that CONTROL the WORLDS FOOD SUPPLY - These Mega Corporations Control What You Eat
From our fields to our forks, huge corporations have an overwhelming amount of power over our food supply every step of the way. Right now there are more than 313 million people living in the United States, and the job of feeding all of those people is almost entirely in the hands of just a few dozen monolithic companies. If you do not like how our food is produced or you don’t believe that it is healthy enough, it isn’t very hard to figure out who is to blame. These mammoth corporations are not in business to look out for the best interests of the American people. Rather, the purpose of these corporations is to maximize wealth for their shareholders. So the American people end up eating billions of pounds of extremely unhealthy food that is loaded with chemicals and additives each year, and we just keep getting sicker and sicker as a society. But these big corporations are raking in big profits, so they don’t really care.
If we did actually have a capitalist system in this country, we would have a high level of competition in the food industry. But instead, the U.S. food industry has become increasingly concentrated with each passing year. Just consider the following numbers about the U.S. agricultural sector…
The U.S. agricultural sector suffers from abnormally high levels of concentration. Monsanto) are extremely ruthless. Small farmers all over America are being wiped out and forced out of the business by the predatory business practices of these huge companies… california drought nestle
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They have the legal right to do it and they are making large profits doing it, and so they are just going to keep on doing it. fema camp school dinners jamie oliver Just like how the world’s fortune and wealth are owned and controlled by the top 5% – 10% richest persons, our lives are depending on 10 corporations that control almost everything we buy daily. Together with other giants such as Kraft, Coca-Cola, Kellogs, Johnson and Johnson, General Mills, Mars, PepsiCo, the 10 Super Companies amazingly create a chain that influence what you buy, and eat every day. In a little over two decades, 37 American banks have merged to become four – JPMorgan Chase, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and CitiGroup. The media industry got even “better” – 90% of the media is now controlled by just six companies, down from 50 in 1983. Now, before you start demonstration and boycott certain company, think again. Can you really afford to boycott them, considering how their brands influence your lives?
avoid all of these corporations by eating organic and by shopping at natural food stores. Well, it isn’t necessarily that easy. According to author Wenonah Hauter, the “health food industry” is also extremely concentrated… Thousands of fast-food workers across 150 cities nationwide gathered today to call for a $15-an-hour minimum wage.
As part of its effort to encourage business owners to spy on their customers, the FBI has labeled the bulk purchase of food as a potential indication of terrorist activity, despite the fact that FEMA itself last year purchased $1 billion dollars worth of storable food.
A flyer aimed at Military Surplus stores produced under the auspices of the FBI’s Communities Against Terrorism project, encourages owners to report people who “make bulk purchases of items to include….meals ready to eat”. FBI advises store owners to demand ID’s from all new customers, as well as asking them questions about their purchase and being aware of “suspicious statements”.