Sunday, April 8, 2012

PEPSI REFUSES TO STOP WORKING WITH SENOMYX IN THEIR USE OF ABORTED FETAL CELLS IN PRODUCTS




Pepsi is NOT a company you want to be buying from. Concerned only about money and the sale of their toxic products, they could care less about the aborted babies or the DNA of those aborted babies ending up in your soft drinks.

Avoid all Pepsi products.
"...She added: “PepsiCo and Senomyx can get away with saying that they’re not taking the cells directly from a fetus, even though they are ultimately from an aborted baby, and the cell line still contains the full DNA from that baby, no different than if you were taking it directly from the fetus.”

She noted that “morally, it makes no difference whether an abortion was done 30 years ago or today. Time does not diminish the original act of evil, nor does it lessen the culpability of those who knowingly and willingly utilize the remains of aborted children for profit.”

What is more frustrating, Vinnedge added, is that there are many perfectly suitable alternative cell lines that don’t involve killing a baby. “They could have easily chosen COS [monkey] cells, Chinese hamster ovary cells, insect cells, or other morally obtained human cells expressing the G protein for taste receptors,” she said. “We’ve encouraged Senomyx along these lines, but they have completely ignored us.”

She said that PepsiCo’s aggressive efforts to stonewall the shareholder’s concerns over its relationship with Senomyx certainly lend credence to charges that the companies have something to hide. “Were Pepsi not funding this research to the tune of $30 million paid up front — plus royalties to Senomyx in the future — you can be assured they would have asked for a swift dismissal of the shareholder resolution filed with the SEC in a quick paragraph,” Vinnedge said. “Instead, they wrote a 36-page response detailing previous exclusions by the SEC on other companies that also use aborted fetal or embryonic material, such as Pfizer, GE, and Merck.”..."

PepsiCo Sidesteps Evidence in Denial Over Aborted Fetal Cells in Flavor Testing
http://thenewamerican.com/usnews/politics/11238-pepsico-sidesteps-evidence-in-denial-over-aborted-fetal-cells-in-flavor-testing

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