Yes, that’s right. I’ve done the research. I did the hard work. I did the digging.
Lap-band maker says “We want to be able to market our product to people who are LESS obese, now!”
“Well, what if it says [this] on the box? Doesn’t that make a difference?” No.
Whenever we talk about marketers, their reach out to children and “advertisers,” the phrase “parental responsibility” always comes up…
While I haven’t had a burger in about a decade, I’d be lying if I didn’t admit that the occasional juicy thick meaty monster something-or-other on the TV screen didn’t
View and discuss the Pepsi Max commercial with the Black couple…
Society would make you think that being overweight is a sin…
Are you letting fancy health claims determine your purchases? STOP!
“Despite the pictures of cherries, blackberries, cranberries, raspberries and pomegranates on various 7UP labels, the drinks contain no fruit or juice of any kind.”
The true origins of Aunt Jemima and how marketing has been used to hide ugly truths.
There’s the “starved” feeling and the “stuffed” feeling. What about inbetween those two?
On marketing, McDonalds, and teaching my daughter about what really makes her big and strong.