Pepsi Boycott Succeeds

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Pepsi Boycott Succeeds

Bradley Mattes   |   May 08, 2012

A year ago this month I announced, along with other pro-life leaders, the boycott of Pepsi drink products. PepsiCo hired a company called Senomyx to conduct research on human taste reaction for a wide variety of ingredients. But the chemical process included using kidney cells of an aborted baby. When confronted, Campbell Soups immediately severed their relationship with Senomyx, but Pepsi dug in——until potential investors began to think twice because of the boycott. Paul Boykas, Pepsi’’s vice president of Global Public Policy, recently made clear they were ending this controversial testing. They’’ve even posted their decision on their website. Thanks to all who participated in the boycott. You helped make the difference for this huge victory. It’’s proof you and I must stand up for the babies.

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