Many folks know that Chick-fil-A, which recently kicked up a controversy by giving food to a group opposed to gay marriage, has a proud Christian identity. It’s been branded into the memory of anyone who’s gone salivating to one of the fast-food chain’s stores on a Sunday, only to find its doors locked and the lights out.
But there are plenty of other name-brand companies that have intensely religious sides – even if they’re not always visible to consumers.
Here are seven well-known companies that don’t make religious products – we’re not talking kosher foods manufacturer Manischewitz here – but that nonetheless take their religious sides seriously (listed in no particular order).
1. Tyson Foods, Inc. The world’s largest chicken company employs a team of chaplains who minister to employees at production facilities and corporate offices. Other corporations contract out such services, but it’s rare for a company to keep chaplains on the payroll.Continue Reading on religion.blogs.cnn.com