MARK M ALDRIDGE - "voice of the Community" Community Advocate
Time we united to protect our farmers and producers!

 BOYCOTT COLES & WOOLIES 

While the big duopoly of Coles and Woolies fight it out for your custom, the consumer savings will be a very short term gain at the expense of our state and country’s long term pain, says Independent Candidate Mark Aldridge.

When we consider the best ideals for our long term future at any level, fresh produce should be our primary goal, and not just the survival of our farmers and producers, but for our long term food security, where we should encourage an increase in production. 

“The fight being played out right now, is risking the demise of our farms and producers, something we simply Cannot risk under any circumstances” and in the absence of credible government intervention, the job of protecting our future has fallen into our laps, so we the people must stand up now and support our farmers and growers, regardless of the costs to our hip pocket.

This is about jobs, our precious food bowl security, and access to fresh produce over inferior imported products, it is about consumers demanding the best for themselves, their children and their state and country, and that means putting aside short term price reductions, by Boycotting both Coles and woollies produce sections now!

If the people of South Australia do not stand up now, we will lose even more of our farms and producers, and once the duopoly have control, the prices will rise, and we will all be paying more for substandard and in most cases poor quality imported goods, a price we cannot afford to pay in the long term.

There is no time left to pass the buck, or to take part in the blame game, it is time to stand united and protect our own best interests, starting today. 

As the saying goes “The bitter taste of poor quality remains long after the benefits of low price are forgotten”

Mark Aldridge “Independent for Ramsay” 08 82847482 / 0403379500




















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