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Very few companies control most of the food we eat. In this example, we look at the outsized effect the Silk brand has had on the organic soy industry.
The Silk story is one of several examples FWW has singled out to talk about the way a few big companies now control a great deal of our food. According to a 2007 study [PDF] from the University of Missouri, the four largest companies controlled 82 percent of the beef packing industry, 85 percent of soybean processing, 63 percent of pork packing, and 53 percent of broiler chicken processing. In fact, so much consolidation has taken place throughout the food chain that it can be difficult for any one person to fathom the true effects. That’s why FWW has been working to spell out exactly what it means to have so few companies owning, and controlling, the food production process for years. This report is just the latest iteration of that work.