Even when you think you are buying natural products, in many cases those "natural companies" have been absorbed by these giant corporations.
The vast majority of consumer goods brands in the US are all owned and controlled by just a handful of corporations
When we control the distribution of consumer goods that we purchase and run out of month after month like toothpaste, dish soap, laundry detergent, lotion, soaps, and other everyday essentials we create a predictable cashflow model based on our buying habits.WATCH THE VIDEO!
According to research, approximately 63% of the cost of consumer goods does not provide any direct benefit to the end consumer. Instead, a significant portion of the price is allocated towards advertising expenses, distribution costs, and supporting big box stores.
However, it is suggested that investing these funds in the development of superior and safer ingredients, as well as supporting companies that prioritize consumer freedom, would be a more advantageous choice. By doing so, the overall value and quality of the products available to consumers could be significantly improved.