That's pretty mind boggling, isn't it? "A chart we found on Reddit.com today shows that most products we buy are controlled by just a few companies. It's called "The Illusion of Choice."
Ever wonder why you can't get a Coke at Taco Bell? It's because Yum! Brands was created as a spin-off of Pepsi--and has a lifetime contract with the soda-maker.
Unilever produces everything from Dove soap to Klondike bars. Nestle has a big stake in L'Oreal, which features everything from to Diesel designer jeans.
Despite a wide array of brands to choose from, it all comes back to the big guys.Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/these-10-corporations-control-almost-everything-you-buy-2012-4#ixzz2jcwvZNej"
How many families control the business world? I don't think it is very many at all. Farming is in the hands of the fewest amount of people in the U.S. than ever in history. This will have great impact on "The Next Farm Crisis," or will it at all?
What do you think?