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Wake Up Wal-Mart
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Monday, July 16th, 2018

Only in America, only at Wal-Mart.

Here, there and everywhere…Even farmers are boycotting now. From the Organic Consumers Association: Wal-Mart’s entry into the organic food market has, as was predicted, lowered standards for these products by demanding low prices from suppliers and sourcing supplies from factory farms and overseas suppliers. Many believe that the industrialization of organics threatens the ability of […]

From Wake-Up Walmart: Today (Jan.11), Wal-Mart confirmed that over half of its employees, 53%, are not covered under the company’s health care plan. Yet, despite these shameful numbers, Wal-Mart is trying to mislead the public by falsely claiming that its health care plans have actually improved. Here are the facts. Last year, Wal-Mart told the […]

Hey! Here’s a shocker: PHILADELPHIA, Oct 13 (Reuters) – A Pennsylvania jury said on Friday that Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the world’s largest retailer, must pay $78.47 million in damages to current and former Pennsylvania employees for forcing them to work “off the clock” or during rest breaks. Wake Up Wal-Mart commented on the decision: “We […]

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