These Brands Are Spending MILLIONS Yearly to Block Your Right To Know About GMOs - Please Boycott

Big food companies have spent $51 million so far this year denying you the right to know what's in their food. Is it a coincidence that these companies are also losing money as more people are turning away from their products?

Big food corporations have spent even more money than usual on lobbying in the first half of this year. The main reason is the support they’ve provided for what people are calling the Deny Americans the Right to Know Act (DARK Act) which was passed last month.

This act prevents states from creating their own GMO labeling laws, as well as  preventing dubious and inaccurate “natural” claims on GMO foods which is obviously absurd, yet this is what is actually going on right now.
In the first six months of this year this is what the corporate giants have spent on keeping the American people in the dark;

  • Coca-Cola: $5,040,000
  • PepsiCo: $3,230,000
  • Kraft: $1,180,000
  • Kellogg’s: $1,310,000
  • General Mills: $1,100,000
  • Land O’Lakes: $720,000 

The spending for GMO labeling from companies such Just Label It, was overwhelmed by these big corporations. Industry lobbyists have outspent GMO labeling advocates by 25-to-1.

Just Label It’s latest video interviews celebrity mothers about what they think about these major corporations preventing them from knowing what is in their children's food. 

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