Monday, September 17, 2012

Small town grocery shopping

Okay, so I am moved.  I have moved to an area that is smaller, and where it is more difficult to find common grocery items, as in all natural and organic. Too much of my surprise, Wal-Mart Supercenters are stocking more all-natural and organic products.  Even the smaller stores, but don’t get your hopes up too much, the sections are small, but it is a start in the right direction.  Something is better than nothing.  They still do not have organic produce in the smaller stores, so everyone that is still searching for better and healthier produce you have to tell them that you want it.  Go to the store manager and let them know that you want better produce in the store.  They are not going to do it themselves unless the corporate office tells them to stock it.
If we want change in the stores that we shop, than get up and let the stores know.  We do not all live in a large area where there is a selection of stores to pick from.  Most people live in small towns where the selection of products and stores are all the same, Wal-Mart and the local grocery store. 
Now, I am not the biggest fan of Wal-Mart.  I never have been, but if that is all you have then you have to deal with it.  You have no choice.  I was just glad to see that even in this small store, they had sections at the end of the aisles for all-natural and organic products.  If you have the time, you can also look down each aisle to see if there are more products.  I bet you will find some.
For every dollar you spent, you are placing a vote to what is in your store.

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