24 Feb '12, 11am

Activists target supposedly 'ethical' supermarket @WaitroseUK over Shell partnership

Activists target supposedly 'ethical' supermarket @WaitroseUK over Shell partnership

Re: Activists target 'ethical' supermarket Waitrose over Shell partnership Posted By Tezcan 1 February 24, 2012 12:36:44 PM If I boycott Co-operative, which really has many ethical policies and intiatives, or if I boycott M & S, where shall I do my shopping then? Is Tesco or Sainsbury, or ASDA more ethical? What if there are no local groceries where I live? Are the local groceries more ethical? Also, where shall I buy petrol for my car if I decide to boycott Shell, or BP, or Texaco? I understand they are all 'bad guys' but are there any good guys in fossil fuel industry? It would be very helpful to provide better alternatives when criticise some companies. Re: Activists target 'ethical' supermarket Waitrose over Shell partnership Posted By thomaslevitt 1 February 24, 2012 03:08:32 PM I think the point here is not to boycott Waitrose or Co-op but to get their loyal customer...

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