Do you ever wonder just who is benefiting from the money you spend when you buy everyday products that hundreds of millions of people in the USA use on a regular basis, and which might be purchased by far more people around the world? When you lay down three dollars for a plastic bottle of ketchup or 95¢ for a can of corn at the grocery, are you supporting a company’s agenda to donate millions to one political party or another, or the CEO’s personal support of a partisan politician who may have similar beliefs as you do, or, who may have beliefs that you find appalling? Well, you do not have to wonder any longer.
|It seems that a former Capital Hill staffer by the name of Mather Colbert (who has, interestingly enough, refused to answer|
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The App is free, and as soon as I read about it, I downloaded it and tried it out. I tested it on a bottle of ketchup, and got my pleasant results back in about 10 seconds. I can’t wait to use it when shopping. Of course, that can lead to a serious conundrum – do you stop buying a product you really like because the company donates some to the wrong side? Do you buy a less preferred and maybe clearly inferior product because they give to the right party? Or, are you better off not knowing?
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