Did you know that many ‘smaller’ and even ‘health-conscious’ food brands are actually owned by mega-conglomerates like Coca-Cola? Not only are these huge companies trying to get a piece of the health-market with ‘healthy’ brands, but they are doing so while striking down our right to know what’s in our food via GMO labeling.
Time to make your money talk and tell the Coca Cola Company that you won’t be supporting their aims to kill GMO-labeling initiatives. Sure, their soft drinks are bad enough, but it isn’t just America’s soda habit that is contributing to the decline of the food supply.
Not sure what brands are under Coke’s umbrella? Let us help you out with that. Read on to find out which brands are helping support Coca-Cola’s bottom line and their ability to donate millions to keep you from knowing what’s in your food.
Even if you don’t drink Coke or Diet Coke, you may inadvertently be supporting a company that rubs shoulders with the likes of Monsanto and other biotech companies. They’ve shelled out more than $3.2 million to keep GMO labeling from happening. Some of the brands within Coca-Cola’s company might surprise you, but they need to be boycotted nonetheless.
Read: 6 GMO-Loaded Food Brands to Avoid Buying
Coca-Cola Brands Include:
- 1. Honest Tea
- 2. Honest Kids
- 3. Zico Coconut Water
- 4. Odwalla
- 5. Powerade
- 6. Peace Tea
- 7. Vitamin Water
- 8. Simply Orange
Please spread the word far and wide so we can get to Coca Cola where it counts. Your vote comes from your wallet. Let these major companies know you won’t be supporting them when they try to take your right to know what is in your food (and beverages) away.
Featured image courtesy of BrandWatch
13 thoughts on “9 ‘Healthy’ Brands Owned By Coca-Cola You Might Be Buying”
Excellent information to know.
Corporate bottom lines are their roots. Want to kill a weed, don’t pull at the leaves, go for the root!
Great article Christina, Well Done, Thank-you!
To kill weeds apply glyphosate, works well. For accurate reporting avoid Chrissy at all costs. Good example? Look at the title, then the article. She can’t even count to 9.
The ninth is Coca-Cola.
Go back to school.
Better yet, go back under your rock.
so you consider coca-cola a healthy brand? LOL, you are funny.
I didn’t know about Simply Orange. Now that I do, I won’t be buying any of their stuff, which includes Simply Lemonade and Simply Limeade. I do my best to BOYCOTT any and every product that comes from a corporation that tries to stop us from labeling GMOs.
Good to know. I will avoid these products.
While we are on the bandwagon, let us try and avoid evil Nestle.
So… what’s #9?
Coca Cola, I guess.
I just drink my homemade distill water and brew my own herbal tea.
I am very upset that I was duped into buying Honest Tea. I thought that it was Jessica Alba’s line of Honest products and I learn hear that it is from Coca Cola.
I will never again buy anything until I do my homework. I don’t want to support Evil Corporations like
Coca Cola, Nestle and all the rest of the Companies who support Monsanto’s GMO’s and all the poisons that this evil Corporations feeds to the world.
Peace Tea, Vitamin Water, and Powerade all contain ingredients that this site campaigns against, so why is Christina Sarich suddenly calling them healthy?
Also, market pressure is the main reason mega-corporations have started offering affordable organic products, so why would we discourage that by refusing to buy them? Ridiculous.
I just learned they bought Suja Juice too. I’m very sad about this!