Meet the magical United States Department of Agriculture’s (USDA) new employers: Starbucks, McDonald’s and Yum! brand foods from Taco Bell and Pizza Hut.
You might now be asking how did this magical alliance happen?
Look no further than the USDA’s MyPlate program and dairy check off requirements. Like using a magic spell the dairy checkoff program casts dairy into a new marking spell for gaining weight.
Users are supposed to benefit, following the recommended corporate sponsored USDAs dairy check off food group’s advice, by slurping and chowing down on Starbucks, Taco Bell and Pizza Hut.
If followed religiously, a consumer could magically add over 2300 calories a day, or 188 grams of fat per day, or one third of a pound, three pounds a week or close to ten pounds a month.
High costs from such bad advice comes from the health of the general public and at the expense of the medical community.
Grocer’s Manufacturer Association’s (GMA) corporate sponsored nutritionist conferences (the Hogwarts for dietitians) dieticians must maintain their continuing education credits every year.
Panels at the meetings are also sponsored by corporate donors and are expected to shut up and drink the corporate offered Kool-aide.
However, not everyone wants to sit at the table to break USDA approved genetically modified and GMA sponsored propaganda bread.
Other like by Michele Simon, a public health lawyer are critical of the practices. She likes to write detailed reports about the issues involved with food politics.
To the dismay of the GMA, Simon discovered the USDA approved dairy checkoff came from a marketing group called, the Dairy Management Inc., a company which promotes the worst kinds of fast food menu items for overall health.
Like Voldemort’s Horcrux, this is where the GMA conjured up products like the Taco Bell Cantina Double Steak Quesadilla, Three Cheese Stuffed Crust Pizza Hut Pizza and maybe even a golden snitch.
A demand for cheese also raises the price for milk and those who have little access but to pay more out of pocket for healthier unproccessed milk or unhealthy processed cheese at a restaurant mixed in with GMOs.
USDA provides six specialists free of charge to their corporate groups to create menu items for the public to consume.
How can the USDA be employed by tax payers for the promotion of healthy sustainable and responsible food alternatives, when they’re in bed busy prostituting and sucking GMAs / Voldemort’s toes?
The answer is they can’t.
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