How Alex’s Lemonade Stand Went From A Dream To A Multimillion Dollar Legacy

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After Alex was diagnosed with neuroblastoma, she held a lemonade stand to raise money for cancer research. Now, that little stand has become a full-fledged foundation has raised millions.

When 8-year-old Alex appeared on “The Oprah Winfery Show” in 2004, she told Oprah how she made her lemonade. “I use Country Time Lemonade”

Country Time lemonade flavor drink mix is a Kraft product. Kraft split itself off into two companies Mondelez International as a marketing strategy by combining the words “world” and “delicious”. Kraft decided the grocery business would retain the Kraft name, Mondelez International manages snack brands. Kraft and Mondelez International are owned by ConAgra.

Circular reasoning: The Company who gives people cancer are profiting off the people with cancer by selling to the people who will get cancer by consuming their cancer causing products.

ConAgra, one of the largest processed food manufacturers in the world, and include brands Hunt’s, Healthy Choice, Marie Callender’s, Orville Redenbacher, Slim Jim, Reddi-wip, Egg Beaters, Hebrew National, P. F. Chang’s, and Bertolli recently conducted a series of studies on food, which it presented at the 2014 Experimental Biology conference. any “study” published by a Big Food giant like ConAgra is likely to be anything but objective — and the “results” only serve to further its profit line.

• ConAgra concealed the use of GMOs in their products and utilizes unethical practices to sell their cancer causing foods.
• ConAgra was found guilty of “health code violations and bacterial contaminations at its food processing facilities, which have endangered consumers and in some cases been linked to deaths.”
• ConAgra has had significant problems in regards to factory farming, consumer health and safety, and genetic engineering.
• PETA found turkeys were routinely abused in the Butterball turkey slaughter.
• ConAgra continues to offer food products containing genetically modified ingredients including a line specifically marketed for children called Kid Cuisine.
• The company also donated $71,100 to defeat Oregon’s initiative requiring the labeling of GMOs.
• In July 2002, ConAgra Foods recalled nearly 19 million pounds of ground beef from its Greeley, Colorado, processing plant. At least 47 people died and 28 more people in seven states fell ill after eating beef contaminated with E. coli.
• Con Agra fined $1.5 million to settle charges of hiring discrimination
• ConAgra scored only a six out of 100 in “The Climate Counts Company Scorecard Report.” The report judged companies on their commitment to reversing climate change. The creation, manufacturing, and transportation of goods greatly contribute to pollution.
• Under pressure from investors former chairman and CEO of ConAgra, Bruce C. Rohde, resigned from his position in September 2005. Rohde earned more than $45 million in his eight years as CEO, plus a $20 million retirement package despite overseeing a 28 percent decline in company stock and the laying off of 9,000 workers.
• In 2006, CEO Gary M. Rodkin Gary M. Rodkin earned $9,573,444 in total compensation. That is equivalent to earning $184,104 per week.
• Feb. 22, 2007 confirmed peanut butter tested positive of salmonella
• ConAgra is teaming up with Monsanto and Friends to block your right to know what’s in your food

Vaccine Doctor LIST – Doctors who explain clearly why vaccines aren’t safe or effective.
1. Dr. Nancy Banks –
2. Dr. Russell Blaylock –
3. Dr. Shiv Chopra –
4. Dr. Sherri Tenpenny –
5. Dr. Suzanne Humphries –
6. Dr. Larry Palevsky –
7. Dr. Toni Bark –
8. Dr. Andrew Wakefield –
9. Dr. Meryl Nass –
10. Dr. Raymond Obomsawin –
11. Dr. Ghislaine Lanctot –
12. Dr. Robert Rowen –
13. Dr. David Ayoub –
14. Dr. Boyd Haley PhD –
15. Dr. Rashid Buttar –
16. Dr. Roby Mitchell –
17. Dr. Ken Stoller –
18. Dr. Mayer Eisenstein –
19. Dr. Frank Engley, PhD –
20. Dr. David Davis –
21. Dr Tetyana Obukhanych –
22. Dr. Harold E Buttram –
23. Dr. Kelly Brogan –
24. Dr. RC Tent –
25. Dr. Rebecca Carley –
26. Dr. Andrew Moulden –
27. Dr. Jack Wolfson –
28. Dr. Michael Elice –
29. Dr. Terry Wahls –
30. Dr. Stephanie Seneff –
31. Dr. Paul Thomas –
32. Many doctors talking at once –
33. Dr. Richard Moskowitz –
34. Dr. Jane Orient –
35. Dr. Richard Deth –
36. Dr. Lucija Tomljenovic –
37. Dr Chris Shaw –
38. Dr. Susan McCreadie –
39. Dr. Mary Ann Block –
40. Dr. David Brownstein –
41. Dr. Jayne Donegan –
42. Dr. Troy Ross –
43. Dr. Philip Incao –
44. Dr. Joseph Mercola –
45. Dr. Jeff Bradstreet –
46. Dr. Robert Mendelson –

Hundreds more doctors testifying that vaccines aren’t safe or effective, in these documentaries….
1. Vaccination – The Silent Epidemic –
2. The Greater Good –
3. Shots In The Dark –
4. Vaccination The Hidden Truth –
5. Vaccine Nation –
6. Vaccination – The Truth About Vaccines –
7. Lethal Injection –
8. Bought –
9. Deadly Immunity –
10. Autism – Made in the USA –
11. Beyond Treason –
12. Trace Amounts –
13. Why We Don’t Vaccinate –


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