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The competitors - 'Meat & Dairy Inc.'

JohnnySensible
Posted by JohnnySensible at 05/17/2011

‎'They do a lot of work behind the scenes to make sure their supporters get into key positions. They participate in the setting of standards and policies that are very much in their favour. They've also tried to embarrass me and tamper with my reputation. The best way I am finding to deal with that is to keep on doing what I'm doing.' - Dr. T. Colin Campbell on 'Meat & Dairy Inc.'

From a very well written article - http://www.theecologist.org/how_to_make_a_difference/food_and_gardening/886459/can_we_cut_cancer_and_heart_disease_rates_just_by_going_vegan.html

'Meat & Dairy Inc.' is also the biggest funder of the world's numerous 'Vegetarian Societies'.

An example of a disgusting 'anti-cow' campaign - http://www.vegsoc.org/page.aspx?pid=850

'We'd like veggies to have a nice cheesy smile on their face when eating out, watching cookery programmes or reading recipes – but there's a problem:........'

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AndyT
AndyT05/18/2011 01:18:47
Wow, this Vegsoc campaign is just wrong on so many levels!

But, I did not know that parmesan needs to be produced with rennet. Guess that makes it even worse than it already is.

However, can you provide some sources to your statement that 'meat & dairy inc' are the biggest funders of 'Vegetarian societies'? I guess if that information were easily accessible, it would be a good argument against those societies.

Best regards,
Andy

JohnnySensible
JohnnySensible05/18/2011 02:43:07
I am based in China now Andy - my library of books & magazines are in the UK.

If you pick up a back issue of "The Vegetarian" you can see which companies are directly supporting the main UK society with Ad's & annual fees for lacto & ovo products.

Cow abusing, goat abusing, sheep abusing, chicken abusing, duck abusing, bee abusing etc. companies are continuously paying their annual fees for 'approving' their products - see - http://www.vegsocapproved.com/corporate08/product_accreditation4.asp
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A connected item - from here - http://www.happycow.net/forum/vegetarian/view_topic.php?id=468 - posted last year.
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A prime example of 'milky vegetarianism' - http://www.communityfoods.co.uk/about3.htm

Community Foods in the UK -

The business started trading from a squat in the early 70's - organic rice plus, plus, plus - in the 80's quite a few of the team became 'born again Christians' - then they fully sold out to milky killers.

+ In September 2006, Milk Marque, the successor company to the Milk Marketing Board of England and Wales purchased the entire share capital of Community Foods (Holdings) Ltd and the business passed to shareholder hands of over 12,000 British Farmers. +

Devoted to abusing cows.

......feed them 'organic' anything - rape them to keep them almost continuously pregnant - kill their male calves quickly - once they are 5 / 6 years old send them off to the slaughter house to be killed & made into burgers.
Chia
Chia05/24/2011 11:22:13
It's obvious to me that dairy cheese is still acceptable to mainstream vegetarians (not vegans). Dairy and cheese probably feels like "comfort" food for those who were routinely fed dairy since they were children.

In time, a switch in diet, mind, and heart is required for the mainstream vegetarian to evolve into a even more compassionate being. Because the dairy cows raised for mass consumption lead very tragic lives.

Cow milk is for calves.
bhollen76
bhollen7601/19/2012 04:34:49
Have you seen this new market report: "Food Preservatives Market"? I looks like it's got some new information.
www.fastmr.com/prod/321031_globalfood_preservativesmarket_bytypesfunctions.aspx
It's not cheap, but it might be worth it.
knightofalbion
knightofalbion01/24/2012 15:44:24
Yes, the meat and dairy marketing boards spend millions advertising their 'products' and bribing celebrities to endorse them in high profile media campaigns.

But hardly a week goes by without some researcher or nutritionist warning about the health dangers of consuming red meat and dairy produce. So I think the tide is flowing against them no matter what they say or do.
knightofalbion
knightofalbion01/24/2012 15:58:53
If you're interested in dairy-free/vegan cheese have a look at the buteisland.com website. A mouth watering range.

While you're there check out the 'Links' page. Excellent!

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