Wednesday, July 22, 2009

Make A Difference: Buy Local, Organic , Fair Made Products. Here Is How

With the ever increasing Wal-Martization of society, a rise in sweatshop labor, and the proliferation of “off shore” corporate organics, it can be hard to Break the Chains. Here are 12 organizations that can help. Visit their web sites, enter your zip code, and you’re on your way to finding Local, Organic, and Fair Made alternatives in your community.

1.) Local
2.) Eat Well
3.) Supermarket
4.) Natural Food
9.) Clean Clothes

For More Information & To Get More Involved, Check Out My Sources
Break The Chains Buying Guide

Organic Consumers Assoc.

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Unknown said...

Thank you for posting this list. Many people think that local, organic and fair made products aren't available in their areas. But usually, we just don't know where to look. Thank you for this wonderful resource. And may I add that if, after checking these resources, one still can't find products .. ask the owners of local stores if they'll stock these items. Many times, they'll try to accommodate us ... and if enough people ask ... it'll be in their best interest to accommodate us. There's power in our purchases.

Small Footprints

Consumeradvocate said...

I strongly support local produce and juices.
I am a consumer advocate and spend most of my time exposing MLM scams. Many are selling juices, lotions and potions.Hyped and overpriced.

Buy good health foods locally and support your community.

Sherry said...

Very nice site. I voted you for best health blog.

Mahmood Syed Faheem said...

Your blog is very nice promoting green living. The images are very beautiful. Wish you all the best. God is Great.