Vermont Artist Plays Chicken With a Corporate Fast Food Chain

There’s a story in The Times about a Vermont artist, Bo Muller-Moore, who makes T-shirts with the slogan “EAT MORE KALE” printed on them. It’s a small, eco-friendly business that supports food sustainability. Mr. Muller-Moore recently received a cease and desist letter from the corporate fast food chain Chick-fil-A. Their slogan, which you’ve probably never noticed in the midst of your delirious chicken-eating binge, is “Eat more chikin” [sic]. The Vermont artist is now taking on The Man and refuses to back down.

In the words of Mr. Muller-Moore, “This is corporate bullying.”

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