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Inspired by >>>/m/221721
Companies or products you will not support and buy, for whatever reasons you may have. Bad actions and business practices, questionable ethics, shoddy quality or just bad personal experiences, anything goes. Please mention your reasons, and post sources if available.
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Nestle is a pretty common one people boycott - they own over 8000 brands, so avoiding them requires quite the efforthttps://www.zmescience.com/science/nestle-company-pollution-children/
Nestle is partly responsible for all the wildfire in the states.
P and G is another one I personally boycott
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Gender cult bullshit made me boycott Target. I know just about every big corporation is pushing that agenda but I just found Target's attempts way more offensive than most other corporations'. Starbucks is another one I refuse to support. I will only go there to get free water kek.
Pic related. A shirt Target was selling during Pride Month pushing a false narrative.
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Please don't take our water. Don't ship it across half the world to sell it there.
Cathedral City/Saputo Dairy.
They dumped a fuckton of toxic
waste into rivers resulting in dead fish. The pollution made people ill.
They got a 1.5m fine - which is fuck all.
They make products I used to like; Vitalite + Sheese but fuck them.
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I was willing to ignore stuff like the cringe shirts in your picrel, but target selling the binders for girls to access was what tipped me over the edge with them (picrel is not mine, the stock photos of the items being modeled felt too weird to post so I am using this)
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Anon isn't completely wrong though. The "TomboyX" brand is geared towards trannies and enbies and Target was promoting them heavily as such during Pride Month. They even sold TomboyX "packing underwear".
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avoiding Nestlé and Amazon is quite impressive. nestlé pretty much owns everything
Huh really? I find Nestle among the more do-able to avoid. To my knowdlege, but correct me if I'm wrong, they mostly do junkfood/sodas, some expensive clothing, petfood and cosmetics/beauty. All items that are either easy not to purchase or with plenty/easy alternatives available.
I find companies like Unilever and P&G that deal in more neccesary food, health and hygiene-related brands more difficult to avoid.
You forgot baby food and formula. Sometimes Nestlé formula is the only one available, especially if it something specific like with an special vitamin. It's so evil that they hold the patents.
I think the hardest thing is avoiding brands when working with clients or professionals. I don't know a pediatrician that doesn't work with Nido or a MUA that doesn't use L'Oréal, for example. so if you are a client for them or a professional yourself avoiding it is almost imposible.