Anheuser-Busch, the maker of Bud Light, has been exposed for violating safety and environmental regulations, resulting in an astonishing $537,000 in fines by the EPA. The settlement stems from a 2018 incident in which two workers were injured due to an ammonia leak at a facility in Fort Collins, highlighting the company’s disregard for safety. Now, 11 of its plants will undergo comprehensive safety reviews. Furthermore, the recent partnership with transgender-identifying activist Dylan Mulvaney has triggered a backlash, leading to a market value drop of $27 billion and a nearly 20% decrease in the company’s stocks. Conservative activists have launched widespread boycott campaigns urging Americans to reject the Bud Light brand, predicting a volume decline of 12% to 13% annually.
Bud Light Horror: Beer Behemoth Hit with Tremendous Penalties!
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