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Furthermore, some of the industries involved in sugar or sugar related products have caused some problems that other segments of society have to deal with. As an example, consider the following, about Coca Cola: In Guatemala and Colombia, there is strong evidence that the Coca-Cola company actively supported the murders of union activists by paramilitary members at bottling plants run by its subsidiaries and contractors over the years.
In Mexico, El Salvador and other countries there have also been ample allegations of the company using paramilitary strength to prevent unionizing and keep employees in line. Across the board, Coke and its Latin American bottling partners, including Panamco and Bebidas y Alimentos, have waged vicious anti-union campaigns and been accused of rampant illegal labor practices, intimidation techniques, unfair firings and physical attacks.
Kari Lydersen, Sugar and Blood: Coke in Latin AmericaLip Magazine, 28 May Note here how a luxury-turned-necessity product consumed en masse has produced so many negative side effects.
Yet it is claimed as productive or desired because many jobs are said to be supported and therefore it has created wealth for those in this industry though from the above, we also see that not all who work in this industry have necessarily benefitted.
It is, as a result, of some political sensitivity to even suggest that something like almost the entire sugar industry and all the things dependent on it, such as soda drinks and confectioneries, candies, etc wastes many resources and that the true costs economic, political, social, health, environmental etc are not accounted for by the industry.
After all, the way economic progress is measured today, through things like growth rates, GDP, GNP etc, all these industries contribute to those measures.
On paper therefore, it looks like the economy is doing well! Food and Agriculture Organization FAO released a detailed report on diet, nutrition and the prevention of chronic diseases. Amongst many other things, the report highlighted that the burden of chronic diseases is rapidly increasing.
Infor example, they contributed approximately 59 percent of the The report concluded that a diet low in saturated fats, sugars and salt, and high in vegetables and fruits, together with regular physical activity, will have a major impact on combatting this high toll of death and disease.
But the suggestion of reducing sugar intakes angered the sugar industry: The threat is being described by WHO insiders as tantamount to blackmail and worse than any pressure exerted by the tobacco lobby, the Guardian also added.
Such a suggestion in the mainstream that this in fact is an enormous waste would lead to much opposition. Hence, this is an example of how wasted capital leads to wasted labor and wasted resources. To criticize the core would be to shake one of the foundations of prosperity in many wealthy nations of today.
If many such industries were to shed waste in this way there would be a lot of unemployement! This is quite desirable not from a lets-all-be-lazy perspective, but because as many health professionals have long said, many people in developing and developed nations alike all work excessively unhealthy hours.
These saved hours would allow parents more time with their children and families, as well. Of course, this is a complex issue and not as simple as that.
More on this larger and deeper notion of waste and wealth is discussed a bit later on in the waste page. Children — that ultimate market The increasing consumption of sugar and related products has of course also been directed towards children and Eric Schlosser, author of New York Times bestseller, Fast Food Nationis worth quoting: Inthe typical teenage boy in the United States drank about seven ounces of soda every day; today he drinks nearly three times that amount, deriving 9 percent of his daily caloric intake from soft drinks.
Soda consumption among teenage girls has doubled within the same period, reaching an average of twelve ounces a day. A significant number of teenage boys are now drinking five or more cans of soda every day.
Each can contains the equivalent of about ten teaspoons of sugar. These sodas provide empty calories and have replaced far more nutritious beverages in the American diet.New Jersey unemployment insurance offers assistance to citizens who have lost their jobs or whose employment has been influenced by a natural disaster.
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