I don't like the way Wal-mart pushes out small businesses or the way they treat their employees...so even though they have a better selection of green products I don't shop there. I have found great products at smaller locally owned businesses.
Although I generally prefer Target to Wal-mart, I have found that the Wal-mart in my area carries more green products (cleaners, light bulbs, etc) with cheaper prices. Target does have some organic foods though and I have not seen any at Wal-mart.
Target is the best chain store in my area. They have all kinds of products that I used to buy at my local health food store for a little cheaper. Walmart is not good at all for this in my area, and they've stopped carrying some of the green products they used to have.
I go to wal-mart for the best prices on light bulbs, brita water filters. Every store is trying to get more eco friendly, so you just have to look around. I don't know what you have for groceries but shoprite has allot of whole foods but Aldi's has better prices in NJ.
Thift shops are a good option along with yard sales. Some of the best furniture comes from what people put out to the trash especially after a yard sale.
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