|Walmart Supercenter in Orlando. (Courtesy Weingarten)|
I needed deodorant anyway, so I started in the beauty aisles. But although there was twice as much room for things like shampoo, there were few cruelty-free products on the shelves.
But, as with Target, most of the other personal care products were in one section with the cosmetics.
Gud by Burt's Bees.
Then we headed to the household cleaners. There were Seventh Generation cleaners and laundry detergent, but there was also Earth Friendly Products household cleaner.
And laundry detergent.
So, overall, I think the number of products between Target and Walmart evens out, and Walmart may even edge Target out. However, that's really silly since Walmart is bigger. Instead of Earth-friendly products tucked randomly in corners, there should be more, and they should be spotlighted. I feel the same way about Target too.
So I bought the Tom's of Maine deodorant, since I needed it.
Next week, we check out the pharmacies, CVS and Walgreens!