Food Babe Army we did it! When I got a call from Dr. Oz’s team telling me we won his healthiest facebook contest, I jumped for joy out of my seat. Being featured on huge media platforms like The Dr. Oz Show helps grow our movement. The more and more people who know about Food Babe, the more and more people will know the truth about what’s happening to our food supply. When people find out the truth, companies have no where to hide and have to change. Thank you for voting and supporting the facebook page. It’s an incredible honor to receive this win and I appreciate what you do every single day with me to spread the word about what’s really in our food. Together we are changing the world!
Sending the army much love,
Anytime I get to mention the #FoodBabeArmy on national television it’s a good day.
(Don’t worry, I’m wearing faux fur in the picture above)
It all started with you. GO #FoodBabeArmy GO! You cannot be stopped. I love you!
“The changes come after blogger Vani Hari wrote a post in 2011 titled “Chick-fil-A or Chemical Fil-A?” on her site, FoodBabe.com. It noted that the chain’s sandwich had nearly 100 ingredients, including peanut oil with TBHQ, a chemical made from butane. Hari, based in Charlotte, N.C., continued writing about Chick-fil-A’s ingredients.Then last year, the company invited her to its headquarters to spend the day talking with executives.”They took my concerns and started developing a road map of how to address them,” Hari said. On Wednesday, she said she was notified about the changes in an email from the company.”