The Daily Dish: December 14, 2015

Today's first course?

Cadbury Angers UK Over Blatant Corporate Tax Evasion

One of the world's favorite chocolate companies, Cadbury, is in hot water in the U.K. for tax evasion! Despite the fact that the corporation made a profit of 226.7 million USD last year, Cadbury's union is angrily claiming that the corporation owes millions of pounds to the government. But the company has denied all accusations and has stated that they comply with U.K. tax law.

Tropicana Wins Non-GMO Project Certification

Happier news from Tropicana: The company has won their Non-GMO Project Seal. This move is an attempt to increase transparency and make sure consumers trust the label. Tropicana, which is owned by PepsiCo, isn't the first to win this certification though. They now join other PepsiCo products Naked Juice, Smartfood, and Stacy's Snacks.  

Man Buys Sea Turtles to Set Them Free

And a New Zealand man, Arron Culling, saw sea turtles for sale at his local market and decided to take matters into his own hands. Culling and an associate of his purchased the turtles and set them free! They have released 10 turtles so far and their heroic actions were praised on Facebook. However approximately 42,000 sea turtles are legally killed each year, perhaps Culling's actions will inspire others to help protect wildlife.


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