Forbes - - LEADERBOARD -

Most com­pa­nies think hav­ing a strong opin­ion means scar­ing away cus­tomers who think dif­fer­ently. We think it’s a good way to make some new friends. For the record, we be­lieve we should eat stuff that we can grow in­stead of grow­ing stuff to feed an­i­mals and then eat them. Ev­ery­body — re­gard­less of spir­i­tual be­liefs, birth coun­try, race, gen­der, sex­ual ori­en­ta­tion or color of their nail pol­ish — is of equal worth. The reck­less pur­suit of prof­its with­out any con­sid­er­a­tion for the well-be­ing of the planet and the hu­mans that live here should be con­sid­ered a crime. Com­pa­nies have as much re­spon­si­bil­ity as politi­cians for build­ing a so­ci­ety that the rest of the world can ad­mire. Big­foot the leg­endary Sasquatch is real. Okay, that last one has noth­ing to do with Oatly and is the per­sonal be­lief of the guy writ­ing this. Apolo­gies, this ad is not a place for per­sonal re­flec­tion.

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