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Obama Administration allows Pepsi to use aborted fetal cells in making soft drinks | Healing Talks

Obama Administration allows Pepsi to use aborted fetal cells in making soft drinks

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(Healingtalks) The Obama Administration gave PepsiCo the green light to use flavor chemicals that are made using aborted human fetal tissues.

Just “ordinary” business operations

Not deranged, Frankensteinian nutritionists but rather Obama’s Security and Exchange Commission  or SEC condoned PepsiCo’s use such  human embryonic cells, namely kidney fetal cells – which it obtained through a biotechnology company called Senomyx.

Global outcry

Back in 2011, Children of God for Life (CGL), a non-profit group,  exposed Pepsi’s dealings with Senomyx. This triggered  a global outcry. Pepsi had many alternative options to produce these flavor chemicals without using fetal cells, and which competitors have adopted. But it, instead, decided to use these aborted fetal cells or “isolated human taste receptors”

                                                           Security and Exchange Commission

Responding shareholder resolution

Months later shareholders of Pepsi filed a resolution asking the company to change its policies and adopt more ethical procedures. But the Obama Administration, via the SEC, shot down the resolution by saying Pepsi’s use of such aborted baby or fetal cells was “business as usual.”

“We’re not talking about what kind of pencils PepsiCo wants to use — we are talking about exploiting the remains of an aborted child for profit,” said Debi Vinnedge, Executive Director of CGL, concerning the SEC decision. “Using human embryonic kidney (HEK-293) to produce flavor enhancers for their beverages is a far cry from routine operations!”

Fetal cells not in the final zombie’s bottle

Fetal cells do not end up in the Pepsi bottles. They are rather used in production of Pepsi.  They help the testing of  how human taste receptors might respond to chemical flavors. But Pepsi’s use, nevertheless, shows their lack of ethical and moral considerations.

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Proposed ban on zombie drink

Oklahoma Senator Ralph Shortey proposed a ban in his state to the production of flavor chemicals that use aborted fetal cells. If passed, S.B. 1418 would reportedly ban Pepsi’s products as well as other foods similarly created by Kraft and Nestle.

More food made just right for zombies

A list of just a few more products using Senomyx’s biotech, frankenfood ingredients:

  • Pepsi’s Mountain Dew
  • Diet Pepsi
  • Kraft salad dressings
  • Kraft Mayo
  • Nestea
  • Nestle’s Milo
  • Nestle’s Drumstick and Turtles
  • Tropicana Orange Juice
  • Carnation Breakfast Dejeuner
  • Starbuck’s Mocha
  • Nestle’s chocolate powder

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