Cost us 2 million dollars-- which is almost nothing, when talking about government spending-- but, heck, I would have done it for $100.
Did you know that back in the 1800's the standard nutritional advice was to "eat no more than four pounds of food per day, with only one pound being meat" ? And the government didn't care.
In 1800 there were no Twinkies, Doritos or Baskin Robbins tempting Americans away from their pound of meat .
Things have gotten way too complicated now.
How do we reinstill common sense??
How to stop all that producers from producing all those twinkies, Doritos,baskets of craps and cans of chemicals for our children? That's the biggest question. Any ideas?
if the suggestion is that we stop buying them we need a very clear public communications platform called something like... my plate...? And the 2 mill is for the whole campaign. These days even just a website optimized for heavy traffic can cost a fair bit.
by Sharilee Swaity 7 years ago
I don't see anything about this on the forums but looking at my hubs just now, I saw a hot mess of code stuff above the title line. Does anyone else see this? It's very weird!
by ga anderson 6 years ago
Hostess Bakeries, makers of the iconic Twinkies is going bankrupt. - 18,500 jobs lost(Reuters) - A standoff between Hostess Brands Inc. and thousands of its bakery workers was heading for a showdown Thursday as both sides declared they would not bend and were set to accept the demise of the...
by Stacie L 7 years ago
Doritos Creator Arch West Dead at 97, to be Buried With ChipsArch West, a former executive of Frito-Lay and the creator of the Doritos corn chip, passed away at the age of 97. West, who died of natural causes, will have Doritos scattered on the bottom of his grave and will be buried with bags of...
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