Drug maker Novo Nordisk announced it was distancing itself from Southern cookbook author Paula Deen after she admitted using racist remarks and downplaying its offensive nature. The former Food Network star, known for her fattening and fried dishes, was serving as a spokesperson for Novo Nordisk’s Type 2 diabetes drug Victoza after admitting last year that she had been diagnosed with the chronic disease two years prior. Deen had built an empire on her celebrity, spinning relationships with companies such as Target, Smithfield Meats, and Wal-Mart. However, since news of her comments went viral, Deen’s multimillion-dollar merchandise and media empire ... Read More
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