Wednesday, September 27, 2023
Wednesday, September 27, 2023
Wednesday, September 27, 2023

New App Ranks Your Favorite Products’ Secret Politics Will You Shop Woke or Broke?




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A groundbreaking new app called Veebs is shaking up the way Americans shop, allowing them to uncover the hidden political leanings of their favorite products, Your Content has learned.

With the rise of the saying ‘Go woke, go broke,’ Veebs offers a simple solution for those who wish to avoid companies with progressive ideologies.

The app works by scanning barcodes of products while you shop, instantly providing information on the company’s political stance with its unique ‘V score’ ranging from 1 to 100 the lower the score, the more left-wing the company is perceived to be.

Designed to appeal to both progressives and conservatives, Veebs can even suggest alternative products aligned with your political preferences. tested the app in the heart of progressive Manhattan, revealing eye-opening results. Ben and Jerry’s ice cream scored poorly with a V score of just 20, thanks to its relentless left-wing advocacy in PR statements.

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On the other hand, Cholula hot sauce emerged as one of the wokest products, boasting a V score of only 27.

Veebs gathers a wealth of information about each company, including financial reports, statements, press releases, interviews, ad campaigns, and social media, creating an algorithm that empowers consumers to make informed decisions based on their values.

The app’s CEO, Chris Rhodes, expressed his excitement about the early enthusiasm and plans to expand the database to include 500,000 items by the end of the year.

While the app received a warm reception, it is not without its limitations. The current database covers around 300,000 products, and some items landed around the middle of the political spectrum.

However, Veebs’ team is determined to continuously improve the app’s capabilities and ensure it remains a reliable and unbiased partner for consumers.

In a time of heated cultural debates and divisive politics, Veebs aims to fill the information gap and empower shoppers to align their purchases with their values. As the app gains traction, it opens up discussions about the impact of ‘woke culture‘ on businesses, with real-world examples like Bud Light’s disastrous collaboration with a transgender influencer resulting in a $22 billion market cap loss.

As Veebs’ popularity grows, it seems that consumers are eager to make more conscious shopping decisions and support companies that align with their beliefs. Whether you choose to shop woke or broke, the choice is now in the palm of your hand with Veebs.

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