Updated: 4 days ago
A large number of major food and drink brands across The United States and around the world have partnered with San Diego-based company “Senomyx” which has created a flavor enhancer using the cell lines of an electively aborted human being. I compiled a comprehensive list of the food brands using senomyx, for those who also seek to no longer support or consume these brands.
I will go out of my way to not support companies who go out of their way to support the slaughter of innocent human children. You’ll notice that there is almost always a more local, more organic option right beside the brand-name products, and these alternative options always seem to be two to ten times healthier as well, they tend to lack high-fructose corn syrup, red/blue dyes, as well as the use of senomyx as a flavor enhancer.
More information with direct info. sources and citations can be found below but without further ado, here is the comprehensive list we have compiled:
Below is a comprehensive list of brands and products that currently use or have used senomyx:
> Beverages (Water, Soda, Energy, Coffee, Tea, Milk)
> Foods (Chips, Gum, Soups, Condiments, Medicines)
> Pet Foods
> Direct Info. Sources
* We will add a disclaimer beside brands in this article who have completely severed all of their contracts with senomyx, once that information is made known to us.
Senomyx was found make about $29.32 million in 2017. What product do they serve? According to their company description, “Senomyx nose a good thing when it smells it.” Which is a horrifying phrase when you continue reading and learn how this foolish company operates. “The company has identified human receptor genes related to the detection of smells and tastes.” And you may wonder what they mean by human receptor genes? That’s explained in finer detail here on a U.S. government document from 2007, “Senomyx is a leading company focused on using proprietary taste receptor-based assays,” and because the information is so veiled, whether the official senomyx website is mysteriously unresponsive… or not, we as people who Love The Truth will continue to understand just what proprietary taste receptor-based assays are. This 1988 research article writes, “