Ben Cohen of Ben & Jerry’s; Labeling GMO’s, 4/17/2013
Ben Cohen, co-founder of Ben & Jerry’s ice cream, discusses what makes a business socially responsible, his Stamp Stampede campaign to get money out of politics, the boycott campaign against Ben & Jerry’s over ice cream sales in Israel and the Occupied Territories, his thoughts on Occupy Wall Street, and humor in organizing. We also talk with Falko Schilling of VPIRG about the campaign to require labeling of genetically engineered food.
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- Tagged: Ben & Jerry's, Ben Cohen, boycott campaign, David Goodman, Falko Schilling, genetically engineered food, GMO labeling, humor, ice cream, Israel, money in politics, Occupied Territories, Occupy Wall Street, socially responsible business, Stamp Stampede, VBSR, Vermont Conversation, VPIRG, WDEV