Kellogg's

“It seemed all of the large health organizations were encouraging people to eat the very foods linked to the diseases they’re supposed to be fighting against. American Heart Association promoting beef, American Cancer Society promoting processed meat, pink ribbons on dairy products, and bacon-wrapped shrimp on the American Diabetes Association’s website.

Then, it all came together. What if… And there it was. The American Diabetes Association was taking money from Dannon, one of the world’s largest dairy yogurt producers. Kraft Foods, makers of Velveeta processed cheese, Oscar Meyer processed meats, Lunchables processed kids’ meals, and Bumble Bee Foods, makers of processed canned meats. American Cancer Society was taking money from Tyson, one of the world’s largest meat producers and Yum! Brand, owner of Pizza Hut, KFC and Taco Bell. Susan G Komen, who was supposed to be fighting breast cancer, was corporate partnering with KFC, Dietz Watson processed meats and Yoplait yogurt. The American Heart Association was probably the most disturbing of all, taking hundreds of thousands of dollars from the beef industry, poultry and dairy producers and millions from fast food and processed food manufacturers (such as Unilever, Subway, Domino’s Pizza, Farmland, Nestle, Mars, Kraft, Kellogg’s and Pepsico). Every single one of these organizations was taking money from meat and dairy companies that are associated with the causes of these diseases. This would be like the American Lung Association taking money from the tobacco industry.”