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America's Biggest Food Companies Support Hillary Clinton, With One Glaring Exception

If you were an exec at a big corporation that mass-produces food or farm chemicals, who would you rather see prevail in November's presidential election? To get an idea of where Big Food and Ag stand on the 2016 race, I dug into the Center for Responsive Politics' OpenSecrets.org campaign-finance database—which gathers data on contributions from corporations, businesses, trade groups, and their employees—with the help of CRP researcher Doug Weber.
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