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|01-27-2006 12:05 PM|
|GhostUser||But supporting good companies that make good things will grow those companies and put the companies that make bad things go out of business -- well, not really but at least you'll be helping grow the good companies.|
|01-26-2006 07:51 AM|
I was thinking about this last night. . .and decided that, yeah, the companies/farms I'm supporting may not be the best, but I'm supporting the good things they are doing. If everybody avoided buying "good" things from "bad" companies, the companies would stop making the "good" products. And that wouldn't be good either.
I think I'm way overthinking this.
|01-25-2006 10:31 PM|
I guess you could ask you grocery store order-person who their supplier is and you can usually get contact information too. Then you can either call or email the company directly or do an internet search on them.
If you do get the low down maybe you could post your findings back here.
|01-25-2006 04:30 PM|
|Amy323||My roomate pointed out to me today that some of what I buy, like produce, is probably made by a company that also makes animal products. And do I really want to support them. I'd never thought about that. Most things have a brand name and so you can figure out where they came from/what other things that company makes. But what about produce? How do you know that you aren't supporting a company that also makes animal products?|