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Socialist-Themed Vegan Meat Company Learns Marxism Works Better in Theory Than Practice


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With products like Comrade Cluck (a plant meat, not actual chicken), No Evil Foods has had success casting itself as a “revolutionary” food company that embodies progressive values.

But the company is learning marketing progressive ideas is easier than implementing socialist-style economics.

For months, company leaders have been resisting a unionization effort by workers at their Weaverville, North Carolina plant.

“I sincerely believe that right now a union would be a terrible thing for you and for No Evil Foods,” Mike Woliansky, the co-founder and CEO of No Evil Foods, told his employees earlier this year. “You could get the same thing you currently have. You could get less than you currently have. I don’t think you need a union voice here.”

Woliansky’s words apparently had an impact.

The unionization effort at No Evil Foods, a vegan foods brand whose foods can be found in more than 5,500 retail stores (including Whole Foods), lost. On Feb. 13 employees voted 43-15 against unionizing. But the battle wasn’t over.

Two of the union organizers were later fired, allegedly for violating social distancing and dress policies.

Earlier this month, VICE News reported that the National Labor Relations Board issued a federal complaint saying the claim that the employees were unlawfully terminated had merit, saying No Evil Foods fired the workers because they "assisted a union" and "circulat[ed] a petition seeking hazard pay...for the purposes of mutual aid and protection."


Why do socialists hate workers?

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