VEGAN MEAT TURNS OUT TO BE NOT NATURAL AND YET INVESTORS AND BANKERS INTRODUCED IT IN 80 COUNTRIES
Beyond Meat is a controversial, heavily funded public company that has created a new synthetic meat with a chemical , and was recently sued for fraud by a competitor.
“Beyond Meat “Beyond Burgers” burgers contains ‘ methylcellulose ‘, a chemical ingredient that the scientific literature acknowledges “is not produced naturally, but is produced synthetically.” says the lawsuit filed by Don Lee Farms.
Still, the Beyond Meat 3-D printed synthetic chicken, pork, and pork meat is being introduced by food companies, including McDonald’s, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut, PepsiCo, and supermarkets in 80 countries worldwide — and promoted by artist influencers like Kim Kardashian.
Seeking information on Wikipedia, it describes the lawsuit claims the meat company falsely labeled as “natural, made with plants”, it quickly comes to light who is financing and promoting this campaign to replace real meat. And it is again the billionaires and their vulture investment banks who are behind this new attempt to sabotage our food and food chain.
The campaign’s aim is to introduce more toxic Biotechnology products into our food chain, such as the also promoted meat made with transgenic animal cells, in order to continue creating artificial markets with food-like products that nobody needs. The profit-making program to replace real meat is done under the auspices of the Sustainable Food Development Program run by the UN, in partnership with the WEF’s 2030 agenda, at the expense of global health.
Artificial biotech meat with patented and transgenic meat cells. Credit: World Economic Forum
But recently, honest companies like Don Lee Farms (a family-owned business), sounded the alarm and sued the CEO of Beyond Meat, warning the public that the plant-based meat company “is a fraud and its owners have manipulated the data and hidden the chemicals contained in their synthetic meat ,” in order to bypass regulations and label the meat as VEGAN.
Sources: Business Wire , Wikipedia
“Business Weak” article on the lawsuit (Spanish translation)