MARS Corporation: This Halloween It’s Not Just About Selling Candy Anymore

Mars, Incorporated is an American multinational manufacturer of confectionery, pet food, and other food products and a provider of animal care services, with US$ 33 billion in annual sales in 2015. It was ranked as the 6th largest privately held company in the United States by Forbes in 2014. In a December 2020 Forbes article the Mars family is listed as the third richest business family in America with an estimated worth of $94 billion dollars.

Mars, Incorporated, maker of Skittles, M&Ms, Milky Way, Snickers, Twix, etc., in the eyes of the public has always been known for making and selling candy products that most Americans have grown up with. So naturally you would think a corporation that has been so successful selling candy for generations would simply focus on continuing to do what has brought it success. But this is 2021 where traditional families, especially White families, are verboten and corporations must now cater to what their Inclusion and Diversity new hires are telling them is their new customer base. Out with heterosexual families of the same race and in with miscegenation, LGBQT+ and POCs (with some black magic thrown in for good measure). And be sure to focus on brainwashing the children who are the main consumers of your product.

Here are the Mars, Incorporated commercials for Bite Size Halloween 2021:

From an article on the MARS website “In the world we want tomorrow, society is inclusive and diverse” :

“Where we are today…

Gender Balance:

  • 41% of Mars leaders are women and we’ve advanced the number of gender-balanced (defined as between 40% and 60% of any one gender) leadership teams from 43% to 50% over the past year.
  • We’ve expanded leadership development training for women across our regions and functions, based on our flagship “Women Leading Purposefully” course designed with Harvard University.
  • We’ve recently launched a pilot program, “Advancing Female Leaders,” and are placing a dedicated focus on functions that have underrepresentation of women, including Supply and Digital Technologies.
  • We’re committed to gender pay equity across our global workforce, more than half of whom are women. To ensure we continue to deliver equal pay for equal work for male and female Associates across our global businesses, we’re continuing to review our pay practices.
  • We made a $500 million multi-year commitment to increase wages, benefits and workforce diversity across Mars Veterinary Health North America, the nation’s largest employer of veterinary professionals and employer of more than 45,000 women.
  • We’re advancing our global, flexible hybrid working practices for all.
  • We’re expanding U.S. childcare benefits. Additionally, we’re improving a range of family support benefits, such as more paid parental leave in the U.S. and the U.K., as well as actively exploring ways to enhance parental leave support globally.
  • We’ve rapidly expanded our Associate Assistance Program (AAP), a mental health-support helpline available in over 60 countries.
  • We’ve expanded Banfield Hospital’s emergency assistance fund – the Better Together Fund – to include grants that support Mars Veterinary Health Associates in situations of domestic violence.

Workforce Representation: 


  • While we have yet to meet our goal, driven by our broad efforts to engage Associates, we’ve seen an overall increase to the 65th percentile (when comparing on a like-for-like basis from 2020), with improvement in Mars Associate Survey (MAS) inclusion scores across different segments of our business.
  • To continue gaining expert insight and advice, we’ve recently expanded our partnerships with world-class non-profit Inclusion and Diversity organizations including Catalyst (Gender), Out & Equal (LGBTQ+), Stonewall (LGBTQ+), Tanenbaum (Religion), Disability:IN and Gender Fair.
  • We now have more than 50 Associate Resource Groups (ARGs), which we’re leveraging to create spaces and communities for Associates of every race, ethnicity, culture and background to freely and safely engage and express themselves and act as an ally.
  • We’re reimagining our workplace practices, policies and habits to optimize productivity and Associate health and wellbeing.
Moving forward, we…
  • Intend to keep listening, learning and doing more to drive awareness and action on gender equity as part of our Full Potential platform.
  • Are fully integrating our I&D principles and guidance into our enhanced global talent processes.
  • Are investing in inclusive and objective talent processes to attract, retain and grow diverse talent such as introducing new standards for interview panel diversity requirements and reviewing leadership competency development programs.
  • Are also investing in learning programs across our senior leaders, managers and all Associates to help continue our learning journey as a business.
  • Want to continue to ensure all our Associates, regardless of race, ethnicity, gender, disability, veteran status, age or sexual orientation or identity, experience inclusion on a day-to-day basis.

At Mars, we want to ensure everyone in our workplace and communities is heard, valued, and given equal opportunity thrive within our four walls – and in every aspect of their lives.

Together, we’re working to make sure everyone has the opportunity to reach their full potential.”

It appears everyone but White people are to have an opportunity; the exceptions being White LGBTQ+ individuals and White radical feminist leftists. While we are still a majority it is time for Whites in America to send a message to all such corporations with racist, genocidal agendas — “Get WOKE, go broke.” Maybe consider passing on Mars candy products this Halloween and from now on; as a side benefit it might save on your children’s dental bills as well.

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