“In May, KFC sought to promote its new grilled chicken by offering free meals to the public through the highly popular ‘Oprah’ show. However, according to the lawsuit, KFC subsequently sent out letters to its stores telling them not to honor the offer. News stories reported that the grilled chicken was available only to paying customers, but people seeking to redeem coupons were turned away or asked to provide personal information for a “raincheck” coupon…. News stories reported that millions of people were turned away by KFC, at times leading to violence.”
Thomas Malthus was famous for his dire predictions of population increases met with a decrease in food production and supply and the consequences that would bring. Malthus would be hard pressed to ascertain the world we live in now, as the global population is rising at unprecedented levels, yet waist lines are getting bigger at an even more alarming rate – especially for Black people and Black women.
“Nearly 36 percent of black Americans are obese — much more than other major racial or ethnic groups — and that gap exists in most states, a new federal study finds.
“About 29 percent of Hispanics and 24 percent of whites are obese, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported Thursday.But generally, obesity was most common for both blacks and whites in the South and Midwest…
The study also broke down the groups by gender, and found black women were the heaviest, with 39 percent counted as obese. Black men were next, at 32 percent…
Obesity is based on the body mass index, a calculation using height and weight. A 5-foot-7-inch adult who weighs 190 pounds would have a BMI of 30, which is considered the threshold for obesity…
For blacks, the highest obesity rate was in Maine, where 45 percent were obese.”
Obviously, Coca Cola marketing Spirte primarily to Black people has had devestating effects on their overall health, and been the primary catalyst for triggering the rapid growth of Black peoples waist lines throughout America:
“Blacks have a 51 percent greater prevalence of obesity than whites…according to researchers from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
The researchers found that, in 40 states, the prevalence of obesity was 30 percent or more among blacks. In Alabama, Maine, Mississippi, Ohio and Oregon, the obesity rate among blacks was 40 percent or more.”