The rise in the availability of organic products has grown astronomically over the past decade, taking up an increasing amount of real estate in grocery stores and serving as a focal point for millions of environmentally-focused snackers.

In reality, though, how socially conscious are the companies behind these brands? Organic diehards, cover your eyes.

In a massive infographic, the Washington Post reveals how 92 of the most popular organic brands are actually owned (at least partially) by some of the world’s biggest food processors. Below are some of the most surprising revelations. #StayWoke

Who owns your favorite organic brand?

Annie’s Homegrown (General Mills, since 2014)

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Photo: iHerb


Late July (Synder’s-Lance, since 2007)

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Photo: Amazon

Stonyfield Dairy (Dannon, since 2004)

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Photo: Stonyfield Organic


Kashi (Kellogg, since 2000)

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Photo: iHerb

Plum Organics (Campbell Soup, since 2013)

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Photo: Plum Organics

Wolfgang Puck (Campbell Soup, since 2008)

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Photo: Amazon


LaraBar (General Mills, since 2008)

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Photo: Larabar

Bear Naked (Kellogg, since 2007)

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