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I personally like Wal-Mart.  It's a great store to have around with the economy the way it currently is.  There are an awful lot of people who have had to give up their shopping mall and department store standards for Wal-Mart because they simply can't afford anything more.  I've always shopped at Wal-Mart, and I'm really glad to see that they are providing more green options.  They are carrying organic and natural foods, which is great for me.  I was also really happy to see they had gift bags and cards made from recycled paper for the holidays.  I'm also really glad that they recylce their plastic sacks.  As I mentioned in another post, we have no recycling in our area...and our abundance of Wal-Mart sacks is the biggest thing that needs recycled.  I love the fact that I can take the sacks into and toss them in a recylce bin.  I think Wal-Mart should get a little more credit than they do.  And shame on those who took "we are not green" and used it out of context.  Report all of the information, or don't bother reporting at all.

post #32 of 32

I personally like Wal-Mart.  It's a great store to have around with the economy the way it currently is.  There are an awful lot of people who have had to give up their shopping mall and department store standards for Wal-Mart because they simply can't afford anything more.  I've always shopped at Wal-Mart, and I'm really glad to see that they are providing more green options.  They are carrying organic and natural foods, which is great for me.  I was also really happy to see they had gift bags and cards made from recycled paper for the holidays.  I'm also really glad that they recylce their plastic sacks.  As I mentioned in another post, we have no recycling in our area...and our abundance of Wal-Mart sacks is the biggest thing that needs recycled.  I love the fact that I can take the sacks into and toss them in a recylce bin.  I think Wal-Mart should get a little more credit than they do.  And shame on those who took "we are not green" and used it out of context.  Report all of the information, or don't bother reporting at all.

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