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June 10, 2017

5 DARK Secrets Brands Don't Want You To Know!




5 DARK Secrets Brands Don't Want You To Know! Description: Corporations and the brands they represent are here to stay. Whether or not you subscribe to a material lifestyle, they affect every aspect of your life. Despite what many will have you believe, corporations are not people. This means they can put aside the feelings of individual employees and adopt a vision that is, at times, downright evil. We bring you 5 DARK Secrets Brands Don't Want You To Know! Let’s begin! 1. FDALs Food products are some of the worst offenders. It turns out that companies don’t care what you ingest, as long as they keep on making a buck. Perhaps the fact that it is permissible for companies to maintain Food Defect Action Levels. This regulation focuses on just how many natural or unavoidable defects are allowable in your meals. If this doesn’t have you worried, then consider the inclusion of contamination from maggots, hair, feces, and insect body parts. Even the strongest stomachs probably turned a little thinking about rat pellets and squirming creepy-crawlies setting up shop in your packaged food. So the next time you sit down to dinner, you might want to consider the potential of finding these unwanted add-onstossed into the mix. 2. Store brands are no better than name brands While name brands will have you think that they prepare a higher quality product for a more distinguished clientele, that’s all just advertising nonsense. Marketing tricks are constantly being used to get us to pay more for things we don’t need and your brands are no different. When you pay that markup you’re actually paying for nothing more than a name and a logo. The actual quality and content that you receive usually has little to no difference. Take tylenol and Bayer, for example. These companies want to you think that their product is more effective, faster-acting, and longer-lasting that their competitors, but in reality the only difference is the price. Taking a look at any active ingredients or make-up of any product, especially medicine, will confirm this trend more often than not. 3. Store brands can actually be better for you Even more unsettling is that store and no-name brands can actually be better for you than the fancy stuff you hear about in ads. This is because brands spend a huge amount on getting their name out to the public instead of research and development. These days, colourful packaging and catchy one-liners seem to be more important that the actual product. All that extra time and effort could be spent making their products better instead of devising ways to trick consumers. Smaller companies, on the other hand, are forced to rely less on name awareness and more on quality. In order to compete without an enormous ad budget, good work and dependable products are needed for these businesses to remain competitive, making store and no-name brands your best bet for quality. 4. Mislabelling and misinformation are standard Brands don’t care about misleading you, with some routinely and purposefully mislabeling their products to trick you into purchasing products you don’t want or need. One scandal that rocked the EU a number of years ago was the discovery that a crazy amount of beef found in European supermarkets was actually horse meat. While not being bad for consumers, it must have been a shock to realize that they had been firing back horse burgers for months with absolutely no clue. This, however, was just one instance and the practice seems to be more widespread than previously imagined. With brands focusing on their bottom line instead of your well-being, this approach will always be an issue. 5. Brands have no shame - nazis and fanta (coca cola) When all's said and done, brands have no qualms about skirting the law or resorting to business practices that would land any private citizen in prison. Using international laws and labour forces to force sweatshop labour is a favourite pastime of even our most beloved brands. Additionally, it is no secret these days that Coca Cola did brisk business with Nazi Germany at the height of World War II. Fanta is a Coca Cola company created specifically to help the company gain flavour with and profit from one of the most evil regimes in history at the same time they were murdering over 6 million people in cold blood. Background Music: Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0 License: http://ift.tt/qdXal7 For copyright matters please contact us: OfficialAmerikano@hotmail.com _________________________________________________________________ Thank you so much for watching! Smash that like button for more, make sure you share the video with your friends and dont forget to subscribe! Make sure to follow me here: https://twitter.com/Top5sFinest

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