Category Archives: General Advocacy

Meatpacking Infrastructure of the Future

Will new meatpacking investment serve people or corporations? Walmart announced this week that they were buying a minority interest in the proposed North Platte, Nebraska slaughter plant, Sustainable Beef. The $325 million dollar project with the support of Walmart, and … Continue reading

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The Masters of the Food Universe are Happy to See Us Starve.

The names may have changed over the years, but psychopathic business leaders continue to consolidate power around the world’s food supply and means of production. “These technologies have made it possible for a small number of multinational corporations to have … Continue reading

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How Farmers Are Getting Shafted By Monopolies – Robert Reich

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Let’s Say Goodbye to Smithfield and the Big Food Cartel

The true efficiency of the current industrialized food system … The news about the Vernon, California Smithfield pork plant closing should be met with celebration, not panic. The departure of the Chinese owned pork giant from the state, along with … Continue reading

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Salt, Water, and Soil – When it’s gone, they leave

A handful of powerful companies are getting rich mining the Earth’s precious resources at the expense of planet and people everywhere. Why are we allowing it? Recent news out of Louisiana announcing the closure of the Avery Island salt mine, … Continue reading

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