Yes, they did. And when a tornado nearly wiped out the next town over from us (we watched the tornado pass by us across our back forty), Wal-Mart was the first Semi there, handing out water and basic clean-up supplies, generators, food, etc.
I shop there every week for basic needs; not a ONE of them is ‘Made in China.’
It amazes me that people can’t read product labels on the what they’re buying. *SHRUG*
Yes, but it’s difficult to tell - “distributed by” when it comes to food products isn’t quite so assuring as “Made in U.S.A.” or “Product of U.S.A.” There are new truth in labeling laws but they don’t apply to restaurants or prepared foods.
—it appears to me that they have probably done more to lower prescription drug prices than any other entity, government or otherwise, too—