A guide that makes a difference
April 5, 2011
Very informative, yet short and concise, and small enough to fit in your bag. Everything you buy supports the practices of whatever company you purchase from, be them good or bad. Human and animal suffering, wastefulness, and deceitfulness can be eliminated if we all chip in the extra pennies to buy products from honest and innovative companies. The ultimate lesson I took from this textbook: the smaller (and more local) the company, the more likely they are to be supportive of charities, and the less likely they are to be involved in things such as child labor, animal testing, and wastefulness. Favorite companies like Kraft, Coca Cola, Wal-Mart, and Microsoft are huge corporate villains, only looking out for them, and just because they say something might be organic or whatnot, that doesn't mean that it is labor or cruelty free. Not all large companies are bad, however. Apple and Pepsi Co, among others, are out trying to do well in a complicated business world.
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