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  1. Grist’ David Roberts Eco Debaters Story Offers Insight for Organic Consumer Association and Organic Trade Association Debate

    […] In an county where corporate interests increasingly dominated everything, smaller, owner operated stores are increasingly rare.  Whether driven out of business by greedy giants or zero-sum, cash conscious  shoppers, the result is the same.   Chains grow more powerful.   City Target, anyone?   Unlike Wal-Mart’s attempts to open city stores, Target’s urban expansion has oddly been welcome. For more read NBN on Stacy Mitchell and why we can’t shop out way to change. […]

  2. Grist’ Story Offers Insight for Fighting between Organic Consumer Association and Organic Trade Association

    […] In an county where corporate interests increasingly dominated everything, smaller, owner operated stores are increasingly rare.  Whether driven out of business by greedy giants or zero-sum, cash conscious  shoppers, the result is the same.   Chains grow more powerful.   City Target, anyone?   Unlike Wal-Mart’s attempts to open city stores, Target’s urban expansion has oddly been welcome. For more read NBN on Stacy Mitchell and why we can’t shop out way to change. […]

  3. Grist’ Story Offers Insight for Organic Industry Spats between the OCA and OTA

    […] In an county where corporate interests increasingly dominated everything, smaller, owner operated stores are increasingly rare.  Whether driven out of business by greedy giants or zero-sum, cash conscious  shoppers, the result is the same.   Chains grow more powerful.   City Target, anyone?   Unlike Wal-Mart’s attempts to open city stores, Target’s urban expansion has oddly been welcome. For more read NBN on Stacy Mitchell and why we can’t shop out way to change. […]

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