Good news is so few and far between in the world lately. Or in general really, when you're the type to be concerned about social justice.
But it appears that David is slowly slaying Goliath in at least one department.
Some Canadian consumers have learned the valuable lesson of each purchase being a vote. Combining that with a new resurgence of environmentalism and smart eco-thinking, consumers have made a big enough push for local products that grocery stores in Southwestern Ontario have de-listed themselves as "Sobey's" chains and joined a co-operative.
Reason being? Sobey's existing policies discourage and outright deny owners the ability to buy local products. Since consumers were asking and the demand was clearly there, they said screw The Man.
They are now seeing success in sales AND helping Mother Nature.
Now doesn't that just make you feel all warm and fuzzy inside?