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I struggle between making the right moral decision and liking the alternative - does anyone else?

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KatyMac Fri 29-Aug-08 18:26:58

My main example for this is Tescos

I shouldn't shop there, they have far to much market share and some questionable methods.

But I really like shopping there, I like my CC/phone/petrol station it makes my life really easy

This is a conflict I won't resolve (I could resolve it either way, I just won't)

Does anyone suffer with conflicts like this?

Tommy Fri 29-Aug-08 18:29:45

I have decided that I don't buy food at Tesco as I buy everything else there - clothes, house stuff, presents and cards etc. blush

I think it's definitely a tricky one as the supermarkets have such a hold over us. I would like to buy at "independent" shops like we're always being told to but they're aren't any near me and it would mean my travelling miles in a car to find some.

KatyMac Sat 30-Aug-08 12:23:07

I agree - & my farmers markets are only open 1 or 2 Saturdays a month

Takver Sat 30-Aug-08 17:56:48

Maybe worth challenging Tescos over stuff you don't like - as a regular customer you are valuable to them, they have to listen if enough customers make a fuss . . .
I am the same with Amazon - feel I should support small bookshops, but such a good selection and sooo easy!

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