Like a competitive game of Monopoly, big corporations are snatching up all the food companies, meaning that out of the thousands of products on your grocery store shelf, 90 percent of them are owned by 10 companies. Yes – just 10 companies.
Business Insider recently published a graphic that showed how these corporations control nearly everything we buy at the grocery store.
The graphic came from Oxfam International, which named these companies the “Big 10” and rated them on seven issues – such as transparency, sustainability, and whether they work with small farmers. It was part of Oxfam’s “Behind the Brands” campaign.
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