Plant-based protein company AlphaFoods' latest campaign is based on a "class-action lawsuit” against the company headed by the blurred silhouettes of a clown, red-headed girl, and southern colonel who claim to have been tricked into practicing veganism.
Soon, you're likely to see a warning label on a packet of chips or biscuits you buy as the FSSAI is working to introduce front-of-pack labelling for packaged foods in a bid to curb junk food consumption, @Shilparanipeta reports
@fssaiindia CEO says they have a plan to introduce front of the pack labelling for packaged foods to curb junk food consumption. @Shilparanipeta explains what this could mean for some of the #FMCG players going forward
To reach the #GlobalGoals , the way we produce food - and the types of foods we eat - must change. Ahead of #UNFSS2021 , see how we work with communities and at every level of food production for more just and sustainable #FoodSystems : #UNGA
In a spot, styled after ads for class action lawsuits and personal injury lawyers, a suited man screams in front of a bookcase, inquiring: “Did you unknowingly become vegan because of foods'>Alpha Foods plant-based products that taste too good to be true?”
"It's a shock for people": Manchester student, 20, is allergic to the cold - and is forced to make warm versions of her favourite frozen foods
11,000 workers at foods'>Tyson Foods got COVID & 36 died while managers made bets on how many would get sick. The working conditions were so bad they “shook” a local sheriff “to his core.” No, I will not vote to give corporations a license to harm workers. We must hold them accountable.
While the owner of foods'>Tyson Foods became $600 million richer during the pandemic, 11,000 of his workers got COVID-19 because they were forced back to work in unsafe and unhealthy plants as managers placed bets on how many would get sick. We must end this disgusting corporate greed.
‘I’m Not Apologizing’: foods'>Goya Foods CEO Refuses To Apologize For Pro-Trump Remarks
Whole Foods, which is owned by Amazon, wants employees to "donate" paid time off to each other during the coronavirus outbreak. At the same time, Amazon paid a 1.2% tax rate on $13B in profits last year. If this isn't the epitome of corporate greed, I don't know what is.