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How Cargill is Saving Humanity… and the World

Thursday, August 30, 2012

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How Cargill is Saving Humanity… and the World

If you made $5 billion clearing a community’s forest and community food garden, polluted and drained their rivers, but gave them a tree and a bucket of clean water in return, would you feel justified saying you’re building healthy communities, preserving rivers and reducing deforestation? Would you pat yourself on the back? Maybe not, but [...]

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Cargill’s Not-So-Cold Turkey: Bad Habits In The Global Food Chain

Friday, August 19, 2011

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Cargill’s Not-So-Cold Turkey: Bad Habits In The Global Food Chain

Sometimes it’s hard to break a bad habit. Especially if that bad habit is sabotaging safety in the name of record profits. But why must the public continually shoulder the consequences of Cargill’s greedy weak spot? There are many hidden costs of our industrialized food system, but some times it’s impossible to keep them out [...]

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