19 Brands Owned By Giant Corporations

1. Blue Moon beer

This initial one assuredly doesn’t come as a stun, yet its miserable to say that numerous individuals were and are still really tricked into accepting that these originate from a micro brewery. The shrewd aesthetic ad campaign must have been what did it.

Possession of:  MillerCoors Brewing

2. Mrs. Meyers Clean Day

Possession of:  SC Johnson

3. Kashi

The way that Kellogg’s possesses Kashi isn’t the main motivation to quit purchasing it. Read more here concerning why you ought to stay away from Kashi no matter what. [update: Kashi is currently getting to be Non-GMO Project Verified. Don’t hop the firearm however! Until an item bears the authority Non-GMO logo, it’s doubtlessly still crammed with genetically modified ingredients. Furthermore, remember that despite everything, they’re claimed by Kellogg’s who helps the GMO business huge time.]

Possession of: Kellogg’s (authoritatively known as The Kellogg Company)

4. Stacys Pita Chips

Possession of: Frito-Lay

5. Naked Juice

Read: Naked Juice Class Action Settlement

Possession of: PepsiCo

6. Odwalla

Possession of: Coca-Cola

7. Stonyfield Farms yogurt

Possession of: Groupe Danone, a.k.a. Dannon (80% possession)

8. See’s Candies

Possession of: Berkshire Hathaway (Warren Buffett’s company)

9. Burt’s Bees

Possession of: Clorox

10. Altoids

Fun Fact: Altoids contain gelatin produced using the collagen inside an animal’s skin and bones.

Possession of: Wrigley, which was purchased by Mars, Inc. and Berkshire Hathaway.

11. Goose Island lager

Anheuser-Busch, producers of Budweiser, have been consistently weaseling some way or another into the art blend scene by at first purchasing a little lump of numerous fine distilleries before inevitably assuming control over the whole business. Supporting your neighborhood free breweries is an insightful choice focused around wellbeing alone. Read 8 Beers That You Should Stop Drinking Immediately to take in more.

Possession of: Anheuser-Busch Inbev

12. Toblerone

Possession of: Mondelēz, which is comprised of the cookie/candy/gum division of Kraft and Cadbury after they blended.

13. Tom’s of Maine

You don’t need to back Colgate-Palmolive in case you’re searching for fluoride-free toothpaste. Visit your nearby wellbeing nourishment store and search for brands, for example, Jason and Desert Essence. Then again you can make your own at home. It’s simple! Click here to figure out how.

Possession of: Colgate-Palmolive

14. Pepperidge Farm

Possession of: Campbell Soup Company

15. Marmite

Possession of: Unilever

16. Ben & Jerry’s ice cream

This is true and we’re crying a little, too. What you can do as opposed to paying Unilever is visit eatlocalgrown.com and look for a homestead near you! You wouldn’t believe the number of ranchers who make extraordinary regular frozen yogurt. There’s feasible one in your general vicinity that makes all the scrumptious flavors you could hope for.

Then again you can make your own particular common mixtures with little exertion. Click here for DIY non-poisonous dessert guidelines.

Possession of: Unilever

17. The Art of Shaving

Possession of: Proctor and Gamble

18. Bear Naked granola

Possession of: The Kellogg Company

19. Orangina

Assuredly you’re not drinking this stuff because of the genetically modified and mercury sullied high-fructose corn syrup it’s stacked with. However, in the event that you are, here’s an alternate motivation to pick something else.


Possession of: Dr Pepper Snapple Group, which was beforehand piece of Cadbury Schweppes, which sold to Kraft, then Kraft divided from the drink division so Dr Pepper Snapple was partitioned once more (and still claims Orangina). Phew! [h/T Buzz Feed]

Awful BONUS: Hopefully you’ve officially heard the terrible news. Annie’s, famous for their mac’n’cheese, has been purchased out by GMO titan General Mills. Standard media prefers to act like this is no major ordeal. This is what you’re not being told…

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