It’s not surprising that sales of breakfast cereal are falling: Americans, as a whole, are starting to eat breakfast on the move, cut carbs, and many people are fearful of genetically modified corn and wheat. 257 more words
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I’ve already waxed poetic (well, not so much the poetic part) in regards to limited edition items and how they just don’t feel special anymore. I’m not sure if that’s something that’s actually happened or just my memory playing tricks on me, but growing up I don’t remember limited edition sodas, candies or pop tarts. 581 more words
Sugary, GMO crapola? Nope. How about some nice hot oatmeal?
It’s cheaper and it’s got to be healthier.
The questions put forth in this article should be interesting to anyone who is concerned about what they eat. 337 more words
False advertising is defined as “the use of false or misleading statements in advertising, and misrepresentation of the product at hand.” Since advertising has become a common tool for companies, brands must be fully committed to ensuring all promotions and products are accurate. 319 more words
The Ten Corporations That Control Most of What You Eat, And They don't Want You To Know They Are big TIME Users of GMO Poisons
The corporations above spend millions of dollars to ensure you don’t vote to label the GMO poisons in your food, because that’s what they put in the food they sell you. 116 more words