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Luana Conley

Consolidation and the Foodopoly

If you look around your local grocery store, it might seem like you have a lot of choices. But, in reality, those multitudes of brands are owned by a handful of global multinational companies. This consolidation of the food supply is bad for consumers and farmers alike.

Which two companies produce nearly 80 percent of the beer sold in the U.S.? Text BEER to 69866 to find out, then take action to stop the Budweiser/Corona merger.

 

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