A travel ban on all of the major North American corporations has been announced, and the only thing you might not be expecting is for the big names to be up in arms.
The ban, which was announced by the Trump administration late on Friday evening, will affect all of Nestlé, Coca-Cola, Pepsi, Kraft, Procter & Gamble, and other major corporations.
A number of the companies are already affected by the ban, and many others will be impacted by the order.
The companies will be able to appeal the ban in court.
The order also applies to the food and beverage industry.
The order bans all foreign direct investment (FDI) into U.S. food and agriculture sectors.
The food and agricultural sector is a major source of foreign direct investments for many U.K. and U.C. Berkeley scientists.
The British food and food safety watchdog has called for a ban on the import of products from North Korea, China, Iran, and Iraq, as well as a ban of any imports of food products made by companies based in those countries.
In recent weeks, North Korea has been accused of trying to develop a nuclear-capable intercontinental ballistic missile.
In the wake of the Trump ban, the food industry has expressed concern that the new executive order will have the opposite effect of what it intended.
A spokesman for the Association of American Feeders told The Huffington Post that the industry has been waiting for a full ban on FDI, and that a ban that applies to all of them would be disastrous for U.W.F.
As for the impact on the food sector, some companies will still be able sell products from their current markets and locations.
The Associated Press reported that the Food and Drug Administration said that the food supply chain in the U.D. will still have to abide by the current restrictions.