plus they market their products illegally in many countries, which goes against an international law for how infant formulas and infant baby foods are allowed to be marketed.
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13-06-2010 18:44 #71
13-06-2010 18:59 #72
Just on the Mem Fox thing, she said that YOUNG BABIES ie. six week olds etc. to be in full time day care, would be damaging to them. (Which Im sure most of us would agree with)... not toddlers or older children.
I only boycott cage eggs. But when I am really broke I lift that ban Never knew about Gloria Jeans though, that makes me want to vomit.
14-06-2010 04:22 #73
14-06-2010 04:51 #74
SO HAPPY to know there are more people out there like me... the amount of time i spend explaining why i WONT buy from or go near a pet store is very frustrating cant they see it themselves i have 1 Aussie (bought from a REGISTERED breeder needing to reduce the amount of dogs she had), goats from breeder chooks from breeder and 2 rescued, guinea pig is rescue, 1 rabbit is breeder other 2 were gifts... oh and 3 cats, 1 was friend, other two were strays... wondering where ill put them if any more homeless turn up :P i kid you not was sleeping in tent outside for a few days and it occured to me that i had all my pets inside in warm and me outside in a tent... (before the goats)
14-06-2010 04:54 #75
SIDE note... about to have ALOT of eggs in the adelaide area from happy pet chooks... let me know if interested they are garden chooks and indoor caged at night (warmth)
14-06-2010 06:53 #76
I may be interested in eggs MK!
14-06-2010 08:15 #77
I refuse to buy pets from pet stores. I generally get my animals from the RSPCA. Pet stores are ridiculous.
I don't go to BP anymore.
I refuse to go through Telstra. They've only managed to screw around my accounts.
I also avoid Supre. On two occasions I've had stupid sales girls tell me that I won't fit into anything in the store, once 4 years ago when I was between a size 12 and 14 and once last year as a size 16. I find plenty of clothes that fit me there, but I won't bother now.
And I don't eat cage eggs. My chooks lay enough eggs that I rarely need to buy any. But yeah.
14-06-2010 09:03 #78
14-06-2010 09:42 #79
Thanks for posting that link Bron.
My favourite coffee bag brand Robert Timms is Australian owned and the website gives them a tick !
Makes me feel alright using their products, we drink Robert Timms bags in my household nearly every day.
14-06-2010 11:56 #80
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