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Local businesses can Get on the Shelf at Walmart

By Erika Engle


Walmart is offering local entrepreneurs a chance to get their products into its stores.

This is the second year of the program which allows companies to get their goods sold via walmart.com and potentially on the shelves in select stores.

Entrepreneurs, business owners and inventors can apply through July 31 by submitting a video featuring their product online.

The company is particularly interested in goods made in the U.S.


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nodaddynotthebelt wrote:
It is one thing to bring in local goods which I am all for. But I am not all for overpriced local goods to take up space at Walmat denying better value items from being offered. It really grates on me when the saying "Try Buy Local". It is NOT about that for many local consumers like myself. We want value especially in this economic climate. I don't want locally made products like Hawaii Candy's tea cookies that cost a dollar an ounce. I want value for my money. I hope that Walmart considers the prices first before considering any local company's goods.
on July 2,2013 | 11:22AM
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