"Smith, Kathryn" wrote:
Proctor and Gamble is notorious for testing their products on animals and
use of toxics in their products. I don't think they're in a position to
induce changes in anyone's environmental ethos until they change their own.
From: Wayne Turner [mailto:WAYNET@cityofws.org]
Sent: Tuesday, June 04, 2002 6:04 AM
To: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com
Subject: Re: [GreenYes] Good Zero Waste article in Sarasota, FL
Good article. And having just learned that Minute Maid is owned by Coca
Cola gives me even more justification to switch from Minute Maid organge
juice products to Tropicana. Anyone else know of any other environmental
benefits associated with Tropicana vs. Minute Maid?
On a similar note, I've heard that Procter & Gamble, Tropicana's parent
company, is suing Coke for patent infringement over their orange juice
products. It certainly would be nice if a company with the werewithal of
P & G could take on the big three beverage companies and induce some much
needed changes in their environmental ethos.
B. Wayne Turner
City of Winston-Salem
phone: (336) 727 8418
>>> Gary Liss <firstname.lastname@example.org> 06/03/02 09:24PM >>>
Monday, June 3, 2002
Zero Waste advocates foresee end of dumps
Tropicana is among the growing number of companies signing on.
By DALE WHITE
For copy of the article, go to:
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